Google made a convenient app which made everybody to travelling outskirts with no barrier for language. Google is hauling about its new app “Google translate app”, which interprets the language with no time and claims to be the most prominent and powerful app ever made.
Especially in India, when a daughter or son travels abroad, their parents are horrified thinking about how they would survive in a stranger city. But thanks to Google which came out with a perfect rescue plan, where now no family would have an excuse of not letting their kids to travel abroad just because they are scared of strange cities and their language.
Its handy, instant, free, user- friendly, no internet pack required and trains up to learn and understand new languages without stressing our brains, isn’t it amazing?
With this new app, it took Google to a next level of exploration which would turn your smart phone into a universal polyglot. To kick up those barriers that restricted us to grab information, connection and conversation with one another.
Google made this app available for both Android and iOS devices by designing the app with a wide spectrum of features which made people to talk or to understand instantly and confidently without standing blank in front of the foreigners.
One of the new features which added up glory to the Google Translate App is “Word Lens” which enables you to click a snap of the unknown word of a language and with no time you will receive the translation of that particular word in 36 other languages.
How it exactly works?
Its more convenient and an added advantage for all of us that this app doesn’t require an internet connection to work.
You simply have to download the app, once downloaded open the app and select a language which you want to interpret into, and click on the camera option and trigger towards the word which you would like to translate, instantly you would see the translation on your phone screen within the visual context of what your triggering at.
Google was working on this app for rising up with more languages to be translated through this app, however it announced today that more than 20 languages have been added- up for instant visual translation. Al-together it is 37 languages in total, which Google Translate App provides.
Earlier, this app provided translation only for these languages – English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. But now with updated translate app it also interprets Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian for instant translations.
Although Google Translate App can only provide us with text translations cannot be compared with Skype real-time translation services which gives us audio translation and text translation.
We can still ask for more from Google in mere future, as we all know that “practice makes a man perfect”.