Google Translate App Launches Offline Support For 33 Different Languages On iOS And Android

Tackling translations are never easy in the world of tech but search giant Google has done a pretty decent job at overcoming the hurdles.

Now, we’re hearing more about the Google Translate app bringing over more offline support for both iOS and Android devices. And it’s already rolling out in nearly 33 different languages. The news comes as it is planned to include more languages as a part of its strategy for expansion.

Just last week, the search engine giant mentioned that it would offer translation support for 33 different languages, and seeing it be launched already is great news.

So from now on, you can expect to see languages including the likes of Basque, Hawaiian, Corsican, Sindhi, Latin, Turkmen, and Yoruba among so many others.

Google Translate is super easygoing and simple to use and the way it’s offering this much functionality is definitely interesting. Remember, it’s translating words as well as sentences that are being thrown at it via the copy and past feature. Similarly, it’s designed to translate text that’s seen in pictures.

Meanwhile, the application is very capable of making translations around the globe and in real-time when you’re flying, thanks to the power of Google Lens. We feel nothing can be more interesting than that, not to mention how useful it is. It does tend to get correct a lot of the time, even in cases when you’re rushing and hope to be on the move.

In the same manner, you do see the app putting ahead modes like conversations where users can translate chats taking place between two users in real time.

But if you really do wish to make the most of this feature linked to offering offline translations, you may wish to open up the Google Translate application and head on toward the Settings feature on Menu. Click on Offline Translation and you can add and download languages.

In case you don’t witness the language of your desire, it means there is no support for it yet, and could be coming out soon. Meanwhile, those interested in experimenting with the feature can do so via Google Translate. It’s available across both iOS and Android. Moreover, both versions of this app provide support for offline language support.

We can see this being a feature that users welcome with open arms as Google really does take things to the next level of revolutionizing its own Translate app.

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