Google has updated their Google Translate app for Android, and the new version of the app comes with offline language packages, which means you can use the app to translate text when you have no Internet connection.
Have you ever found yourself in a foreign country, wishing you knew how to say “I’m lost!” or “I’m allergic to peanuts”? The Internet and services like Google Translate can help—but what if you don’t have a connection?
Today we’re launching offline language packages for Google Translate on Android (2.3 and above) with support for fifty languages, from French and Spanish to Chinese and Arabic.
You can find out more details about the latest version of the Google Translate app for Android over at the Android Blog.Filed Under: Android News, Technology News