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Google Translate App Upgrade Helps Real Conversation In Unknown Language

by T2D Staff on January 15, 2015

Google Translate app has become better than before with cool upgrades on Wednesday. Earlier several foreign languages wre available for offline use too to save on data charges and now two of its features have been further improved to help user use it without any Internet connections.

One is Point, Shoot, Understand feature that automatically can translate any text with the help of mobile camera. It is claimed the improvement is much more efficient than the earlier tool used for the same purpose. Then snapping the photo was needed along with highlighting the text with finger before submitting for translation.

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The second important feature update is to have a real conversation. This can help two foreign people talk with each other in real without knowing each others language. This feature is very much required on foreign langauge when one needs to ask for directions to a place or ordering morning coffee.

For Further Reading:

  1. Google Translate App Upgraded With Improved Features
  2. Google Translate For Android [Review]
  3. Google Acquires Quest Visual Language Translation App Startup
  4. Google To Feature Discounted e-Textbooks On Google Play
  5. Google Maps Coordinate app helps managing off-site workers
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  7. Google launches email-to-SMS service in Africa

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