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Google Translate expands offline language options

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Google Translate has 33 new languages that can be used offline.

According to a Google blog post, users can download the languages beforehand and translate text when they don’t have an internet connection.

The new languages include:

  • Basque

  • Cebuano

  • Chichewa

  • Corsican

  • Frisian

  • Hausa

  • Hawaiian

  • Hmong

  • Igbo

  • Javanese

  • Khmer

  • Kinyarwanda

  • Kurdish

  • Lao

  • Latin

  • Luxembourgish

  • Malagasy

  • Maori

  • Myanmar (Burmese)

  • Oriya / Odia

  • Samoan

  • Scots Gaelic

  • Sesotho

  • Shona

  • Sindhi

  • Sundanese

  • Tatar

  • Turkmen

  • Uyghur

  • Xhosa

  • Yiddish

  • Yoruba

  • Zulu

Once you’ve updated the app, you can access offline languages by selecting the languages and tapping the download button.

Source: Google



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