Google announced on its official blog new improvements for the popular Translator app, which is used by more than 500 million people all over the world. One of the first new updates is for Android users, and Google introduced Tap to Translate, a new feature that will make translation easier inside an app by copying the text of a chat, song, comment or anything else in the currently used and a translation will pop up there. It is also available in the offline mode. For more details on how it works, you can watch this video on Youtube.
The Translate team also introduced an update for iOS users by bringing the offline support on this platform, which is already available on Android. This feature comes in handy when you are on the go, with poor Internet connectivity and you need to translate something. A total number of 52 offline languages are available, including Filipino language pack.
The last update is an addition of Word Lens in Chinese which is the 29th language for instant visual translation, according to the blog announcement, and ir can reads both to and from English for Simplified and Traditional Chinese.
Source: Google Official Blogby