Saturday, August 11, 2012

Google Translate on Android supports translation from photo

Instead of entering or recording documents, users can capture the content to be translated for application processing and translation into other languages​​.

However, under the present testing this new application allows to detect and handle content in English and a common language. The user can use the camera to capture a piece of content, then use your finger to highlight the text you need to identify and software processing.

If the test shows a clear image capture ability to identify language applications quickly, quite accurate and less mistakes. This enables users to reduce data entry time and the exact content they need interpreters.

Some images on Google Translate application to translate from the snapshot feature:
Google Translate application is provided free of charge on PlayStore and only for the Android 2.3 or higher.
Instead of using voice input or writing, users can capture the content to be translated. 


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