Google Translate for Android brings additional camera and handwriting input support
After adding handwriting input within Google Translate web version, Google Translate for Android now brings additional camera and handwriting input support. The all new Google Translate for Android also supports Hindi handwriting input.
The updated Google Translate for Android brings camera input translation for 34 additional languages including Afrikaans, Greek, Hebrew and Serbian. To use translation through camera input, users have to tap on the camera button within the app interface and take the picture of the text need to be translated. After taking the picture, users need to brush over the picture to highlight the text for translation.
In addition to camera input translation, the all new Google Translate for Android bundled with additional languages for handwriting input. The handwriting input support within the app now supports 48 languages including Hindi and Thai. Users just have to draw the characters on the screen to translate.
The all new Google Translate app for Android is now available for download on Google Play Store.