Google Translate gives you the ability to translate offline to 33 new languages. It is important to have access to a full range of offline language translation. This can be useful in everyday use, but even more useful for people who travel regularly. If you’re one of them, the latest update to Google Translate should be especially appealing to you. Indeed, the tech giant has just added more than thirty new offline languages. Which means you can translate to and from these languages even if you don’t have internet access.
Access To 33 New Languages Offline:
Google announced it at the end of last week and it’s now a released it, Google Translate now supports 33 new offline languages. It should be noted that this is only available in the mobile application of the service. Additionally, the company will roll out the update to all users during this week. So, if you are using the app, you can check it to see if it supports downloading these languages.
It should be noted that most of the languages which make their entry are languages little spoken. It should be understood by this that the number of native speakers can range from a few hundred thousand to a few million. Anyway, even with few speakers, the update will make people happy. The list includes languages from various continents, namely the following:
- Scottish Gaelic.
To download an offline language in Google Translate, tap the download button next to that language. Earlier, users had to copy the files over using a file manager application and then add them using the alarm sound settings. However, now, users don’t need to do all of that work because the tech giant has added a new option to record sounds right inside the Clock application. The new feature appears to be limited to Pixel devices, reports said.