Google translate, a wonderful translator on the Android platform has received an update with pretty new features. The new update improves the user experience for people who want to turn their device for a language help.
The updated version brings a new phrasebook feature, which lets the users to save their most frequently used and useful phrases for their future reference. This feature replaces the app’s ‘favorite’ feature in its main menu. This feature also supports synchronization, which is automatically done once its been set up. If you are not logged-in, you will have to log in to your Google account via sign-in link available at the phrasebook top. If you are already logged-in, automatically your phrases will be synchronized.
Additionally, the update has provided the most remarkable change to the app. It added support to 16 new languages for its input via camera feature. This feature provides an additional advantage to the users which can help them in reading street signs to correctly reach their destination without pestering anyone for help.
This app is now available in the Google Play Store for Android devices. Grab this free app and break the language barriers without anyones’ help!