Google has included the Translate feature on its third-party keyboard Gboard for iOS clients.

In this way, on the off chance that you utilize Google’s iOS console Gboard, you would now be able to translate and from all languages bolstered by Google Translate.

This implies clients would now be able to send iMessages in various languages directly from their keyboard, without visiting an 3rd party application.

The update additionally adds Chinese to Translate Word Lens live translation highlight.

Supporting 103 languages, the Google Translate on GBoard is accessible on form 1.42 of the console and on and iPads running iOS9 or higher.

The application, consequently, recognizes the language you’re typing in and lets you at that point select which language you need to translate.

You’ll likewise have the capacity to paste the message and make a translate of it to or from any upheld language.

“As you type, you’ll find the translation in the suggestion strip or by pressing the Google button. The app automatically detects the language you’re typing or pasting text in and lets you then select which language you want to translate to,” as mentioned in the report.

The translation includes on Gboard first propelled on Android smartphones in 2017.

Other than translating content, in Gboard you can send GIFs, image, stickers, and access highlights like glide typing and performing a Google search.

The keyboard application additionally interfaces with other Google services like YouTube, Google Maps, and Google Contacts.

Gboard as of now underpins 685 languages for typing. While the element is new to iOS, both Android and iOS will profit by recently improved language packs that empower offline translation.

Google says it has contracted these files by 90 percent to around 25MB each. Offline translation, likewise now underpins 52 languages with the ongoing expansion of a Filipino language pack.

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