Translate stays one of the true workhorse apps by Google. It is not exciting or flashy, but many of us will be lost in its absence. The newest upgrade is setting the stage to eliminate a very old feature, but recommends a pretty good option as its alternative. Also buried in the code is a line recommending fresh regional translation support, but it might or might not really represent anything fresh.
One of older features of the Translate (SMS Translation) will be biding adieu soon. As per a message coming into view in the translation screen for SMS, it will be eliminated at some point in the coming period. The message does not appear to be coming automatically on each device, but switching “Tap to Translate on or off” seems to activate it.
On a similar note, for its AI-powered translator Google earlier launched offline downloads. Hence, if one does not have unlimited data or one has a scheme that does not work worldwide, now neural machine translation can be installed by users from Android or iOS apps for Google.
Previously, one can download Google Translate’s offline dictionary on the go. On the other hand, whether you were decoding cool storefronts or discovering your way though a foreign menu, you may have noticed that the literal translations of the dictionary do not entirely grasp the foreign language tone, even though the language is Spanish or French. The dilemma increases when you are trying to decode a language with dissimilar alphabet and roots, such as Russian or Chinese, where the AI-supported translator can also be incorrect.
Google Translate’s offline AI translations will majorly be reachable in 59 languages. It will take almost 35 MB for every language. Hence, they will not consumer much of your device’s storage.
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