Google Translate has helped many to overcome the language barrier, especially while travelling. The good news is now it has added offline and camera translation for seven Indian languages which are Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. So the travellers making a trip across the Indian cities can stay worry free and translate with ease.
The offline support is great, where the users just need to download a 30MB update and they can use the translations for these languages anytime they want to. Good for people who are travelling in areas of poor connections and also works decently on low-end smartphones.
This update has brought nice improvements and functionality in transactions, but as of now it can only translate from English to these seven languages. This is excellent for people having problem with understanding or grasping the English language. We officially don’t know when Google will release the vice versa feature, hope we get that soon.
Previously, Google had added support for Malayalam, Punjabi, Gujarati, Hindi with features like full screen camera and picture translation. Also, one can use the ‘Translate by Voice’ function if they don’t want to enter the text manually.