Google Translate has added seven new Indian languages to its offline translation and instant camera service. With the new update you can use the additional languages offline anytime anywhere you need after downloading the translation file.
Here’s the official changelog for Google Translate version 5.18.0.RC03.191659171 :
- Offline translation, including instant camera translation from English, for more languages (Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu). Minor bug fixes. Improved stability.
If you’re traveling in India and have poor internet connectivity in your region, Google Translate could really be a lifesaver in those times. Keeping translation files download in your storage offline, especially if you know you may need it, may come handy at times.
You can download the Google Translate Android app from Play Store:
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