Google adds translation feature on Gboard for iOS

Gboard for iOS adds text translation support Here’s how to use

Gboard for iOS adds text translation support Here’s how to use

Version 1.42.0 of Gboard for iOS launched on March 14 and the most notable new feature is the ability of the keyboard to tap into Google Translate.

The translation feature has been available on Gboard for Android since 2017. The app will choose the familiar language to detect option that is set as default, however, users will be able to manually choose the languages they want to convert. The feature supports "all the languages supported by Google Translate". Google Translate will autodetect the language which you can then translate by selecting a language on the right. To date, Gboard has language support for nearly 700 languages. Gboard from iOS is available from the App Store. Now, tap on G icon on the top of the keyboard to open menu, then tap on Translate icon. Pick the languages to translate to and from. This time, the company is just unveiling a new feature that makes Gboard capable of instantly translate a text as you type it.

Gboard for iOS adds text translation support: Here’s how to use it

Google today released a new update for its Gboard app on Apple App Store. The app had recently added support for Thai, Khmer, Lao, and Mongolian languages as well.