Google continues to improve its proprietary Google Translate app for iOS and Android devices on board.
Google continues to improve its proprietary Google Translate app for iOS and Android devices on board. This time, we decided to please users with support for offline translation of Turkmen and 32 more new languages.
The Google Translate app for iOS and Android has long allowed you to download language packs to translate texts even without an internet connection. In everyday life, this may not be very useful, but it helps out on trips if you decide not to buy a local SIM card and rely on Wi-Fi.
This feature already supports dozens of languages, including Russian, and now another 33 languages have been added to the list of compatible ones:
To download a language pack in the Google Translate app, just click on the "Download" icon next to the desired language.
Recall that the Turkmen language was officially added to the registry of Google Translate languages in 2020. At the beginning of May 2022, 133 languages are available in the translator, the list of which is constantly updated.
Google Translate is a relatively easy-to-use app that offers a lot of features. It can translate words and whole sentences, both from the text pasted from the buffer or typed from the keyboard, and from dictation. You can even translate text found in images. In addition, the application is also able to translate on the fly everything that falls into the field of view of your camera lens in real time, using the power of Google Lens. This is an incredibly useful and handy feature that works quite well.
As for dictation, the app also offers a conversation mode that allows you to translate the conversation between people in real time.