Google Translate's Instant camera can translate the text in more than 100 languages while ensuring the accuracy

Google is unveiling new features in Google Translate’s Instant camera. One of the features include translation of written text in more than 100 languages. It means that it can translate the text from Japanese to Arabic or vice versa. Thus, English is not the only source language anymore.

The Instant camera has the addition of 66 more support languages from which the words can be translated into more than 100 languages as output. The total number of support languages has increased to 88 now. It includes Hindi, Polish, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Russian, Malay, Sindhi, Bengali, Urdu and many more. Moreover, voice and handwritten can be translated via Google Translate. However, all features do not support every language. There is the complete list of it in which features and its supported languages are mentioned.



For the first time, Google is introducing Neural Machine Translations (NMT) in the instant camera to reduce errors and increase accuracy in the translated text by more than 55 up to 85 percent in specific pair of languages. The technology - already present in Google Lens Tool, effects the device when it is connected, although, it can translate the text in the presence and absence of Wi-Fi.


Google Translate has also launched the feature of auto-detect in the instant camera. This feature will assist the user to translate the text in the language of their preferences. For this, they have to select “Detect Language” as the source language, in the latest version, and the words will be translated in the preferred language soon.

The updated version has fixed the issue of flickering of the text. In the old version, the text used to flicker or jerk. The interface is also changed. The three cameras of Google Translate will now work in front, center and bottom of the application.

The features will be available to all users in the coming week.

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