Google has taken a new step to make the Indian audience to use google translate, now people can use it in different languages. Google has so many products spread across which are very beneficial for people. Almost, all the google products are now available in various regional languages. Kannada, Gujarati, Bengali, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, these are seven languages in which Google app can now be taken in use. Google has been trying to get noticed by each and every section of society.
Google translate has many features and use of regional languages has been implemented, for example, you can translate a sentence by using your voice in these seven languages including Hindi and Malayalam. The use of various regional languages has also been implemented on offline Google Translate. To use this, the user would have to download the language pack on the app. Suppose a user wants to use translate in Telugu then he will have to download Telugu pack and in the offline mode, he can use that later.
Google translate has added an amazing feature, that is, the user can take pictures of the written text by using camera app and translate into the desired language. The name of this feature is Word lens and can be used for newly added languages including Hindi. Earlier only English could be translated in these languages using camera app. Now the user can translate regional languages into English. This update is beneficial for tourists and Indians both, as they can translate the language when comes under such circumstance in which they face difficulty in terms of language.
Google has also implemented the conversational mode of translated in Tamil and Bengali. To use this feature the user can start speaking in one language by tapping the microphone and will have to tap it again to speak in another language. After recognizing the languages being spoken, google will provide results in the form of conversation.