Google seems to be on a constant upgrade and update path with most of its services and applications bringing newer and exciting features for its users. The latest in this regard is the update of the Google Translate application for Apple iOS mobile operating system.
With the new update, Google has included support for five different regional Indian languages to the application. So now with this update, users will be able to translate words direct from English to the language of their choice in Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu.
Since these languages are still in their alpha phase, Google has warned that the “performance of this applications might not be as fluent as the other languages that are already included in the Google translate application for iOS.”
Google has also fixed the bug in the application that prevented the speech recognition functionality of the application to perform properly. Now users can simply speak in their device and let it translate the speech to the text on their choice and that too in several different languages.
Google Translate for iOS now supports text translation among 63 languages, voice input in 17 of those languages, and text-to-speech in 24 of them. Users can get the latest version of the Google Translate for iPhone app from the App Store now by visiting the following link.