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Google Translate camera now recognises Bahasa Melayu

Google Translate has added more languages to its mobile app’s instant camera translation, allowing it to read menus and signboards in 88 languages including Bahasa Malaysia, Hindi and Mandarin.

Google Translate product manager Xinxing Gu said the update adds support for an extra 60 languages, with a full list here.

“One of my favourite features on the Google Translate mobile app is instant camera translation, which allows you to see the world in your language by just pointing your camera lens at the foreign text,” he said, on Google’s Keyword Blog.

He added that the real-time translation feature is similar to those launched in Google Lens and should work even when users are not connected to WiFi or using cellular data.

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