How to do Google Translate images on Android devices and iPhones & iPad

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Google Translate Images on Android phones, iPhones & iPads
Google Translate images, photos, and pictures. Image credit: youtube.com

 

 

 

How to do Google Translate text in images, photos, and pictures using Language Translation app and camera on Android devices and iPhones & iPad

In this Information Technology Education post, you will find:

 

Google Translate images, photos, and pictures in the Translate app using Android phone and iPhones & iPad camera

How to translate text in images, photos, and pictures on an Android phone or tablet

Why turn ‘’Ímprove camera input’’ on or off

How to turn ‘Improve camera input’ during the translation of text in images, photos, and pictures on an Android phone or tablet

How to translate source language through your Android mobile phone or tablet camera

How to translate text in images, pictures, and photos in iPhone and iPad’s camera

How to turn ‘Improve camera input’ during the translation of text in images, photos, and pictures in iPhones and iPads

Some selected source language translation through your iPhone and iPad’s camera

 

 

Google Translate images, photos, and pictures in the Translate app using Android phone and iPhones & iPad camera

Google Translate images, photos and pictures

Google Translate images, photos, and pictures in Android phones. Photo credit: mobile-ar.reality.news

 

With the Google Translate app, you can translate text in images, photos, and pictures you have taken with the camera of your phone or take a new photo in the Translate app installed in their iPhones and iPads, and Android devices and translate the text on the new photo just like using the Google Translation app to translate text.

 

How to translate text in images, photos, and pictures on an Android phone or tablet

Google Translate app for Android, Windows PC and Mac OS; and iPhones and iPads

Step 1

Open the Translate app on your Android device. You can click here to download and install Google Translate app for Android devices

Step 2

Choose the primary language (that is, the language you want to translate) at the top left and the language to translate to at the top right

Step 3

Tap ‘Camera’ beneath the text box

Step 4

Tap ‘Instant’ to instantly translate the whole text or tap ‘Scan’ to translate a part of the text document.

In highlight or select all the text to be translated, tap the round icon above the ‘Scan’ icon, tap ‘Select all’ to select all the text or highlight the text you intend to translate.

Step 5

Tap ‘Import’ at the bottom right to choose an existing photo in your phone gallery for translation.

 

 

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Why turn ‘’Ímprove camera input’’ on or off

Turning ‘’Ímprove camera input’’ on or off when using ‘Scan’ or ‘Import’ to translate images, photos, and pictures in the Translate app will enable your photos to be sent to Google for text recognition and also allow Google to retain images for future product quality improvement.

Turning ‘’Ímprove camera input’’ on or off works both in Android phones and iPhones & iPad.

 

How to turn ‘Improve camera input’ during the translation of text in images, photos, and pictures on an Android phone or tablet

Step 1

Open the Google Translate app on your Android mobile phone or tablet

Step 2

Tap Menu – Settings – Data usage at the top left of the Translate app

Step 3

Turn ‘Improve camera input’ on or off.

 

How to translate source language through your Android mobile phone or tablet camera

Users can translate text through their Android phone’s camera for some selected languages. There are about 87 selected languages including English, Spanish, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Welsh, Afrikaans, Turkish, Persian, and others. Translation from the source language into any of the languages supported in Google Translate can be done by following these steps:

Step 1

Open the Google Translate app on your Android mobile phone or tablet.

Step 2

Choose ‘Detect language’ (the language you want to translate) at the top left and the language you want to want to read after translation (translation language) at the top right.

Step 3

Tap ‘Camera’

Step 4

Tap ‘Instant’ at the bottom

Step 5

Point your camera at the text you want to translate to get your translation

Tips:

  1. Users can tap ‘Pause translation’ to halt translation momentarily or ‘Continue translation’ to go on with the translation if need be.
  2. Translations of small, badly lit, or stylized text could be less accurate.
  3. To translate images with your camera in all supported languages, your Android device must have an auto-focus camera and a dual-core CPU with ARMv7

 

How to translate text in images, pictures, and photos in iPhone and iPad’s camera

Google Translate images, photos and pictures on iPhones and iPads

Google Translate images, photos, and pictures on iPhones and iPads. Image credit: youtube.com

Users can translate text in already existing pictures or translate text on a newly taken photo in the Translate app installed on their iPhones and iPads.

Step 1

Open the Google Translate app on your iPhone or iPad. You can click here to download and install Google Translate app for iPhones or iPads.

Step 2

Choose ‘Detect language’ (the language you want to translate) at the top left and the language you want to want to read after translation (translation language) at the top right.

Step 3

Tap ‘Camera’ beneath the text box

Step 4

Tap ‘Instant’ at the bottom to translate the whole text instantly. Tap ‘Scan’ and ‘the round icon above the Scan icon. Tap ‘Import’ at the bottom right to choose an existing photo to translate.

Step 5

Tap ‘Select all’ or use your finger to highlight the text you want to translate to translate only part of the document.

 

How to turn ‘Improve camera input’ during the translation of text in images, photos, and pictures in iPhones and iPads

Step 1

Open the Google Translate app on your iPhone or iPad

Step 2

Choose ‘Detect language’ (the language you want to translate) at the top left and the language you want to want to read after translation (translation language) at the top right.

Step 3

Tap ‘Camera’

Step 4

Tap ‘Instant’ at the bottom

Step 5

Point your camera at the text you want to translate to get your translation

 

Some selected source language translation through your iPhone and iPad’s camera

Users can translate text through their iPhone’s and iPad’s camera for some selected languages. There are about 88 selected languages including English, Spanish, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Welsh, Afrikaans, Turkish, Persian, and others.

 

 

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