Translate App by Google, Offering offline visual translation of street sign on the road.
Google introducing a new Translate app, which can translate any visual sentence. The Translate app will provide instant visual translations in Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
Offline translations allow users to translate a word or sentence on Google Translate app without connecting to the Internet.To make use of this feature, users will have to download language packs for both the languages they want to translate in the app while they are connected to the internet.
On the other Hand, the instant visual translation will enable users to point their mobile’s camera on any Printed text or any sign board and can see the translation of that.It is pretty easy for the user to handle this app. However, Google also providing support for conversation mode in two Indian languages Bengali and Tamil.
This launch comes nearly five months after Google introduced neural machine translation for nine Indian languages—Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, and Malayalam.
The search engine giant, Google is now using neural translation system. In Neural Translation system the whole sentence at a time instead of old-phrase based translation.
The translation app ( Translate app) is more useful for everyone, having million of users worldwide.