When you’re on the go or traveling in a place where you don’t speak the language, Google Translate can help you connect with people and your surroundings. In our latest update to the Google Translate app on Android (http://g.co/kyzr
), we’ve added camera input translation for Afrikaans, Greek, Hebrew and Serbian, bringing the total number of supported languages to 34. Simply tap the camera button, point at the text you want translated and take the picture, and brush over the text you want with your finger—in an instant you’ll see your translation.
In addition, for the times where it’s easier to handwrite your characters than to type, we’ve added Hindi and Thai, giving you access to 48 languages via Handwrite (http://g.co/9a3b