Google Translate Offline mode is now active in India
Google Translate Offline: Google announced upgrades to its Translate program that will empower users in Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu languages to utilize offline dictionary and instantaneous visual translation into their preferred language.
Google Translate has also added support for dialog mode feature that lets users have a bilingual conversation with somebody, by simply speaking to Translate app – in regional languages like Bengali and Tamil.
To activate the feature, users should tap the mic to begin talking in a selected language, then tap on the mic again, and the Translate program will automatically recognise that of those two languages have been spoken, allowing a smooth conversation, the firm said in an announcement.
Meanwhile, the offline service empowers users (of Indian languages) to translate a word or sentence even if they aren’t connected to the Internet. The consumer needs to download the particular language package when attached to the Internet to utilize offline translations.
The app enables the user use camera mode receive a translation in these languages and to snap a photo of their text.
All features are all offered in Hindi on the Google Translate program and have begun to roll out on iOS and Android devices equally from the Indian languages.
Before this year, Google had launched a set of new products and features that will help produce more language articles and better serve the needs of new users coming on line.
Google recently declared voice input support for eight languages that were Indian.
Google’s speech recognition now supports 119 languages in Gboard on more, Voice Search and Android.