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Google Translate for Android now deciphers handwriting in 13 more languages

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Mar
2014

If youre an Android user traveling to the Middle East or southern Asia, youll likely want to grab a just-released update to Google Translate. The new app expands on a recent iOS upgrade with handwriting recognition for 13 extra languages that mostly come from the above two regions; you can now write in Arabic and Persian as well as Indian dialects like Gujarati, Kannada, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu. Youll also find support for Bosnian, Cebuano, Hmong, Maltese, Mongolian and Somali.

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