Google announced newly added updates to its Translate application that would provide users in Bengali, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati and Urdu languages to use offline translations and instant visual translation in their preferred language.
Google Translate now supports conversation mode feature, which lets users have a bilingual conversation with people, simply by taking to Translate application in their regional languages.
To avail this feature, users need to tap the mic to start speaking in a particular language, then tap the mic again. Then the Google Translate app will automatically recognize which of the two languages are being spoken, facilitating smooth conversation, the company said in a statement.
The offline translation was already available in Hindi language and is now expanding to the other Indian languages which include both on Android and iOS devices.
Users need to download the language pack of the language you want and then use the pack when you are on the go. English is automatically enclosed in all language packs, so you can translate offline between English and the language you selected.
One of the main features of Google Translate is the instant visualization tool. Now, this tool is now available for these seven Indian languages. The Translate app already uses the camera to snap a photo of English text and gets converted in these languages.
Recently, Google had launched a set of new products and features to provide more language content and provide better service for new users online. Google adds Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu languages for Voice input support.