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Lost in translation? There’s an app for that!

Traveling the world means you will come across many languages you don’t know some time or the other. Learning a new language before you jet off on your holiday seems a bit excessive and thanks to technology, we don’t have to go to these extremes.

The Google Translate App’s latest update includes improvements on the live camera translation and features support on 60 new languages, which makes traveling around the world so much easier.

The updated camera feature is useful for translating things like menus and signs. In the past, this function has been somewhat marred by low-quality translations.

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Not only will the updated app translate more smoothly, but it will also automatically detect the language, which is handy if you’re traveling in a region where multiple languages are common.

With this handy app, you will never get lost in translsation.

Donwload the app on Google Play and App Store.

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