Google launched the three-camera translation option – Instant, Scan, and Import
Here is a great news for people who do not have a grip on other languages.
The great internet search engine turns out to its new features to its Translate app with the add up of 60 languages including Hindi, Arabic and many more. The total count of supported languages will be 88.
Previously the app worked to translate any language into English or vice versa, but now it will allow you to translate the text in 100 languages it supports. For example, now you can translate Japanese to Arabic, Swedish to Hindi, etc.
Google launched the three-camera translation option- Instant, Scan, and Import- which is shown at the bottom of the app. The instant option will translate when you point your camera at it, scan option will let you take a picture and let you use your figure to highlight the text you want to translate and the Import option will let you translate the picture into the text from your camera roll.
This time google added Neural Machine Translation (NMT) technology, which the company claims to reduce errors up to 55-85%.
In the meantime, google added up a new feature to Google Lens app ‘Dining & Translation’ which allows the user to simply click the sign-in any foreign language and translate it. This feature was already a part of Google Translate app but now google is fixing it to a lighter version of this in the lens app.
Soon Google is launching a new feature to its translate app ‘Detect Language” which will help you to to determine the language when you are not sure which foreign language you are reading.