Tip: Use Apple’s Translate app, follow these steps

Tip: Use Apple’s Translate app, follow these steps.

Apple has also introduced the much-awaited app Translate along with iOS 14. Its purpose is to compete with Google Translate. Apple’s new Translate app comes with features such as conversion language and multi-language support in addition to regular language translation.

Apple has also introduced the much-awaited app Translate along with iOS 14. Its purpose is to compete with Google Translate. Apple’s new Translate app comes with features such as conversion language and multi-language support in addition to regular language translation

Apple Translate: How to Translate?

Text Translation:

– Open the Translate app and, like Google Translate, tap on the top boxes and select two languages.

– Start typing in the language you want to translate.

– Once you have written the text. Then tap on Go. This will show you the result.

Translate speech:

– Open the app and tap on the boxes in the top and select the language.

– After this, tap on the Located Microphone button inside the text field and start speaking. You can speak in any two languages ​​that you have selected

Pause once done. After this, the app will show the translated text on your screen.

You can also tap on the play button to play the translation loud.

Conversation Mode:

You translate the conversion of this mode while they are happening. To enable it, follow the steps given.

Open the Translate app and select languages ​​from the boxes at the top.

– Turn your phone into landscape mode.

After this, this app will continue to translate automatically when there is a break in the conversion.

How many languages ​​does Apple Translate support?

It currently supports 12 languages. These include Arabic, Chinese, English (US), English (UK), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. In the coming time, the company will support more languages.