Afrikaans, Greek, Hebrew & Serbian Added To Google Translate App

Aug 16, 2013 • 8:15 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

google translate appGoogle quietly announced on Google+ a couple of enhancements to the Google Translate App for Android.

(1) New Languages Added To Image Capture

(2) New Languages Added To Handwriting

New Languages Added To Image Capture

Google has added four new languages to the image camera input translation within the Google Translate app for Android. Specifically, you can now take pictures of the following four new languages and google will translate them. The new languages are Afrikaans, Greek, Hebrew and Serbian. This brings the total of supported languages for image camera input translation to 34.

image camera input translation within the Google Translate app for Android

You can even highlight the section of the image that you want translated.

New Languages Added To Handwriting

Google has also added two new languages to its handwriting translation within the Google Translate app for Android. Specifically, Google added Hindi and Thai handwrite support. This brings the total of handwrite languages supported to 48 languages.

Here is a chart showing which input method is supported by which languages.

Forum discussion on Google+.

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Comments:

Eric Basiches

08/16/2013 01:40 pm

cool!

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