The Google Translate app has added support for 5 languages.
Even though the Play Store page says “Supports over 70 languages”, from my list I can only pick out 5 new languages in the list.
The five languages which have been added are:
In addition to this there is a new feature in the app, Phrasebook.
Google Translate lets you save your translated Phrases in your Phrasebook, this is especially useful when you want to quickly access them when you are in a foreign Country. You can sync the phrases in your Phrasebook to your Android devices.
Open the the app’s menu and tap on Phrasebook. This will allow you to save your phrases.
You can now use camera-input to find translations in 16 additional languages:
Here is the official list of changes:
Save your favorite translations and sync them across devices
More languages for camera input
Download the Google Translate app from:
You can also use the app offline, read our article about it here.
via Google Blog.