The Google Translate app for both iOS and Android is receiving a big update over the next few days.
First off, Google has added 20 more languages to the app's instant video translation feature. This lets you point your mobile device's camera to the text you need to translate, and instantly transforms the contents into your language.
Following this update, the feature now works with 27 languages. The initial ones were English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish, and the new version adds Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, and Ukrainian. Note that Hindi and Thai can only be translated to or from English.
Aside from this live video translation, Google Translate can also use a picture you've snapped of some text you want translated. This feature works with 37 languages.
Another improved thing in the app is its voice conversation mode. This enables real-time translation of (spoken) conversations across 32 languages. This should now be faster and "more natural" even on slow networks, Google says.
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So if can translate Hindi to English and English to some other language, you can translate Hindi to any language. Isn't it? Translation may get little weak, but still possible. English here is the base of all languages.
Excellent innovation. well done. fantastic applications