After introducing handwriting input tool and Hindi language support to Google Translate a couple of months ago, Google has now updated the Translate app for Android with handwriting support for Hindi language. The update in the app also brings camera input translation support for a number of new languages including Afrikaans and Greek, bringing the number of supported languages to 34. Also Read - Google Assistant real-time translation feature now available for Bose QuietComfort 35 II, OnePlus Bullets Wireless and more
The Google Translate app is a useful one especially for those traveling to a place with a different language, and handwriting input tool is one of the important value additions in this app. One can simply draw the text including multiple characters on the main panel of the handwriting tool to see the translated text in the language of their choice. Now, with the addition of Hindi and Thai languages in this handwriting tool, Google Translate will give users the access to 48 languages via Handwrite.
Besides this, one can now simply flash the camera of the device on to a text, click pictures of the same and check for the translation for Afrikaans, Greek, Hebrew and Serbian languages as well.
You can upload the updated Google Translate app from here.