One of the biggest additions in iOS 14 has to be the built-in translation app, which Apple simply calls Translate. While Siri had the ability to deliver translations, the results weren’t as good as a dedicated translation app like Google Translate. However, that changes with Apple’s new Translate app, which offers a variety of features like conventional translation, talk mode, multi-language support, and more. Follow this guide as we tell you everything you need to know about the new Translate app in iOS 14.

iOS 14: Languages ​​supported in the Translator app

the Translate The app comes pre-installed automatically after updating your iPhone to iOS 14. To check the languages ​​supported in the Translator app, follow these steps.

  1. Open the Translate app and tap on either of the two rectangular boxes at the top to open the list of languages. Scroll down for the list.
  2. There are a total of 12 languages ​​supported as of now. Are Arabic, Chinese, English (US), English (UK), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Unfortunately, Indian languages ​​are not supported yet but can be expected to be added in the future.
  3. Scrolling further down there is also a list of available offline languages, that is, the languages ​​you can download to use when you don’t have an internet connection.
  4. To download a language offline, tap the little to download icon next to a particular language.
  5. A checkmark next to a language means it is downloaded and available for offline use.
  6. Lastly, scrolling down to the bottom of the list, there is an Autodiscover option. Enabling it will make the translation app automatically detect the spoken language.

iOS 14: How to translate text and speech

The Translate app for iOS 14 allows you to translate text and speech. First, let us tell you how to translate text, follow these steps.

  1. Open the app and select your two languages ​​by tapping the boxes at the top.
  2. Tap on the Enter text field> select one of the languages> start typing.
  3. Once done, press Let’s go to display the translated text on the screen.

To learn how to translate speech with the Translate app, follow these steps.

  1. Open the app and select your two languages ​​by tapping the boxes at the top.
  2. Tap on the microphone below the Enter text field and start speaking in either of the two selected languages.
  3. Once done, pause for the app to stop recording. The translated text will appear on the screen, you can touch the play icon to play the translation out loud.

Furthermore, you can also save a translation by tapping the star and bookmark it for future use. Translations that are marked as favourites can be accessed by touching the Favorites tab at the bottom.

iOS 14: conversation mode in the translation app

One cool feature of this new app is the ability to translate conversations and speak for you right after you finish speaking. To learn how to do this, follow these steps.

  1. Go to the Control centre and make sure Portrait orientation lock it’s off.
  2. Open the Translator app> select your two languages ​​by tapping the boxes at the top> turn your phone horizontally.
  3. You will now see the Conversation mode of the Translator app on your iPhone screen. Just touch the microphone and start speaking in either of the two selected languages.
  4. Once this is done, you will automatically hear the translation. You can touch the play icon to listen to the translation again.

hashan tagari Admin of technical hint. He writes about new technologies, smartphones, laptops, and technical hint content. He has frequently written about the Technology, smartphone, and PC industry and also has a knowledge of SEO. hashan is available at [email protected], so please send in your leads and tips.

Write A Comment