According tomedia, Google’s translation services often rely on Internet connections, and it is regularly improved. But if you’re relying on offline translation, there’s some good news for you today. Google announced improvements to offline translations in 59 languages that support Google Translate, with an average 12% increase in translation accuracy. Among them, languages such as Japanese, Korean and Polish increased by more than 20%.
In addition, transliteration has been improved. This feature helps users pronounce words from foreign letters by displaying words from foreign letters in the alphabets they are used to. With the update of the new version, it now adds support for eight new languages: Arabic, Bengali, Gujarati, Canuda, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
In order to enjoy the latest improvements, users must make sure that Google Translate on their phones is up to date. Then, if you’ve already downloaded an offline file that supports the language, you’ll see an update banner that you would have to download manually in the offline translation settings if you don’t.