Google Translate is one of the most popular apps to translate, and its relevancy is also derived from constant updates like the one it received this week.
Google's translation application is no longer used for a long time just to write a sentence and see her translating into a foreign language. In addition to the fact that translations sound better than ever, it uses augmentative reality to provide real-time translations for what you see in front of the room. This feature is called Instant Camera and has long been, but has just received an important update on the number of countries supported.
Real-time translations through AR have entered the Google Translate portfolio after World Lens's acquisition of about five years ago. Since then, he has "taught" many more languages, and by upgrading from a few days ago, at least on Android, he supports 60 extra languages, including Romanian.
If you see a text in Arabic, Hindi, Vietnamese or anything else on a wall, you can point the camera to the phone to it and you will see the translation into Romanian. If you have a curiosity about the full list of languages supported by Google Translate and at what level of functionality, you can access this webpage on the company's website. In the initial version of the Instant Camera feature, quite a lot of foreign languages were supported, but the translation was only in English. Now you can translate from Japanese to Chinese, if that's what you need.
With the language detection algorithm, you do not even have to know which language you have in front of your eyes. You just choose your "destination" language and resolve your case. The neural networks used for translations are now performing better and the results should sound more natural. Finally, you should do some experiments with the latest version of Google Translate.