One of the biggest new features in iOS 14 must be the built-in translation application, which Apple calls Translate for short. Although Siri does have the ability to provide translations, the results are nowhere near as good as dedicated translation applications (such as Google Translate). However, this is different from Apple’s new Translate application, which provides multiple functions, such as regular translation, dialogue mode, support for multiple languages, etc. Please follow this guide as we tell you all you need to know about the new Translate app in iOS 14.
iOS 14: Translate languages supported in the app
After updating the iPhone to iOS 14, the Translate app will be automatically pre-installed. To check the languages supported in the Translate app, follow the steps below.
- Open the “Translate” application and tap one of the two rectangular boxes at the top to open the language list. Scroll down to view the list.
- As of now, there are 12 supported languages.they are Arabic, Chinese, English (United States), English (United Kingdom), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian with Spanish. Unfortunately, Indian languages are not currently supported, but it can be hoped that they will be added in the future.
- Scroll down and there is a list of available offline languages, for example, languages that can be downloaded when you don’t have an internet connection.
- To download languages offline, tap the small download The specific language next to the icon.
- The check mark next to the language means that the language has been downloaded and can be used offline.
- Finally, scroll down to the end of the list and there is an “auto-detect” option. Enabling it will make the translation application automatically detect spoken language.
iOS 14: How to translate text and speech
The translation app for iOS 14 allows you to translate text and speech. First, let us tell you how to translate the text, please follow the steps below.
- Open the app and click the box at the top to choose two languages.
- Tap Input text Field>Select from a language>Start typing.
- When finished, click go Display the translated text on the screen.
To learn how to translate speech using the Translate app, please follow the steps below.
- Open the app and click the box at the top to select two languages.
- Tap microphone Under the “Enter” text field, and start speaking in any of the two selected languages.
- When finished, please pause the application to stop recording.The translated text will appear on the screen and you can click play The icon plays the translation loudly.
In addition, you can click star Icon and mark it as a favorite for future use. You can access the translations marked as favorites by clicking the “Favorites” tab at the bottom.
iOS 14: Conversation mode in translation app
A cool feature of this new app is the ability to translate the conversation and speak it for you as soon as you finish the conversation. To learn how to do this, follow the steps below.
- Go to control center And make sure Longitudinal lock Disabled.
- Open the translation app> select two languages by tapping the box at the top> rotate the phone horizontally.
- You will now see the dialogue mode of the “Translate” application on the iPhone’s display.Just click microphone Then start speaking in any of the two selected languages.
- When finished, you will automatically hear the translation. You can click the play icon to listen to the translation again.
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