Google Translate has made a great modification for support. Its supported languages has been extended from 7 to 27.
The users now can use the Google Translate to convert Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Duth, Filipino, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian to English, or convert English to those languages.
It also added One-way Hindi and Thai translations from English to its new update. Google Translate was only able to translate English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. With this new update version, there will be more users to apply this service.
Google Translate is available for iOS and Android users. The app can convert the text in three ways, typing, speaking or pointing their camera at the words to make it work.
Google Translate product chief Barak Turovsky said they need to keep updating the app as there are still many languages out of list. English is an international language, but there are only 20 % of world’s population speaks English. There should be more languages added to this app.
The Google Translate update helps to solve a few more language barrier. You could communicate better and get more world’s information with this app.
You can also user Google Translate on the web and Chrome browser.