Google Translate 4.3 comes with some amazing additions to its service that make international conversation easy.
If you have the Android 6.0 Marshmallow system on your smartphone or tablet, than you can get the latest version of one of the best Google apps out there, Google Translate 4.3.
This new app can help you go through data written in a wide range of languages and it can really come in handy during travels, as it has upgraded some of its most useful features.
For instance, if you’re reading any type of material and you happen to stumble upon a foreign word that you might not know, all you have to do is long press that specific word and you can get it translated into your desired language by pressing the Translate button.
Furthermore, this new and improved version of the app includes even more languages for which it offers support, now reaching as many as 90 possible languages. This actually proves the exponential growth of the app, since it started with only 53.
There is another feature that allows smartphone and tablet users to turn on their cameras and film certain written data that they need to translate. This is an extremely useful feature, especially if you find yourself trying to make sense of indications written in other languages that you do not speak.
This feature is a tourist’s best friend and the fact that it offers instant translation will definitely prove valuable during the journeys that people take.
Another feature that is extremely valuable for tourists and people who travel a lot is one that is available on Android-powered smartwatches as well. It allows users to translate a sentence or a phrase into another language and then have the app read it in the selected language.
Such a feature could prove to be a life saver in the event that you find yourself in need of directions or any type of assistance and you do not speak the language that you can get the information in.
The Google Translate app is extremely useful and its newest upgrades make it the perfect travel and work companion for international communication.
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