Google Translate now supports Google offline translation for 7 new Indian languages. Dive in to know more how you can work offline with translation too!
Google offline translation
If you have ever travelled to a place where you don’t know its language, then you definitely value Google Translate. Though Google Translate has offered offline and camera translations for many languages, it has been a bit slow in making it happen for Indian languages until now. Now, Google Translate offers offline and camera translation from English to Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
These new language updates are especially useful when one goes to another state but does not know the language. With this new update, now these languages can be translated from English even if you do not have an internet connection. This new Google offline translation also now does not include only typing, but also pointing the camera towards a particular sentence can also show you the translation.
But, how to access this new feature?
- To access the offline translation of languages and the camera detection feature,
- Download the required language file.
- Set translation to that language, and you’re done!
This is a really handy and useful tool that can help you to travel easily in places where you’re not that familiar with the language.