Google Translate’s camera translation gets massive update

By Web Desk, BOL News

11th July, 2019

Google’s Translate app is getting a major update with support for new languages and a massive update to the camera feature within the app.

Translate is a popular app that allows users across the world to quickly translate text from just about anywhere.

Google Translate’s ability to translate text from your camera in real-time is getting an array of improvements to make it much more useful.

So, Google is now adding support for 60 additional languages for the instant camera feature.

The app currently allows users to translate text that may be placed on menus, signs, and other objects.

 Google’s latest update will resolve some of the most common issues in the feature such as accuracy, interface, and support for limited languages.

Translate’s instant camera can now translate between any of the available more than 100 languages.

Google is adding support for 60 new languages including Afrikaans, Arabic, Swahili, Thai, Vietnamese, Welsh, Xhosa, Yoruba, Zulu and others.

The updated version of the app will also automatically detect language on an object and will translate it into a language of your preference.

So when are you trying the new feature?

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