Use more languages on the move
Google Translate has become a powerful tool for people who need fast and accurate translations. If you have a smartphone app, you can download language packages to translate phrases completely offline, but not all languages currently supported by Google Translate are available. Still, Google hopes to not only support more languages, but expand this offline option to more languages. And now the company has introduced a number of new languages that can be translated without an online connection.
Google has just expanded its offline translation feature to a whopping 33 new languages, as announced by the company in a blog post. This means that if you need to translate into one of these languages, no online connection is required as long as you download the appropriate language package. Google is launching this feature in the following languages:
- Burmese (Burmese)
- Olya / Odia
- Scottish Gaelic
Many of these languages have millions of native speakers. For example, Zulu has approximately 12 million native speakers. This update will greatly expand our borders and allow us to quickly translate texts in these languages if needed. So. If you have traveled to places where these languages are spoken, that will help you do well.
If you want to check out these new languages, please update your Google Translate app as soon as possible. From there, you can download offline translation packages for these new languages in exactly the same way you can download packages for languages like Spanish and French today.