The camera model which has been available on the Google translate has come up with a latest updated ability to recognize around 13 new additional languages. The new addition has also come up with the new addition of spoken words across the globe which includes Punjabi, Hindi, Arabic, and Bengali. For access, all you need to do is to access the camera mode on the Google translate app on the operating system you have maybe it is Android or iOS device and capture the text which is available on the screen of the invention to make it proper translation.
This update comes after Google updated its Translate app as well with some of the local speech input and output support in Bengali, French, English, and Spanish. The Google after that also added the material design two themes on the website of the Google translate service.
The entire list of all the additional languages for the camera model of the Google translate app include the Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Malayalam, Tamil, Punjabi, Thai, Telugu, Vietnamese and Arabic.
The addition of the new languages join the existing 26 languages which were already present on the Camera model of the Google Translate app.
In the year 2014, Google also acquired San Francisco, California-based Quest Visual, which is the company which was also working behind the renowned augmented reality translation app Word Lens, to add visual translation support to Google Translate.
Alongside visual translations through Google Translate, there is Google Lens to deliver an advanced visual search and translation experience. The company at the #MadeByGoogle event in New York earlier this week announced that it would bring the core functionality of Google Lens within the default Camera app of its Pixel 3 phones.