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A few days ago Google gave Google Translate an impressive update. Before the update, the online service was great for translating text which is handy from time-to-time. Now, after the update, all that impressiveness looks very basic.
The new Google Translate is able to translate between 90 languages, take a picture from your phone camera and translate it directly into any language, translate offline while traveling, save your translations and access from any device. Some of the notable languages include Sesotho, Igbo, Yoruba, Swahili, Chinese, Tamil, Hindi, Gujarati amongst many, many others.
To test some of these languages out, we asked people in the Burn Media HQ to take the app for a spin. From Afrikaans to English, and French, Spanish, German and some Hindi, who knew we are such a multi-lingual bunch.
Here is the video below: