In today’s fast-paced digital world, language barriers can be a hindrance in communication and understanding. However, with the new feature on Google Translate web, users can easily translate text contained in images, screenshots, and photos in jpg, jpeg, or png file formats. This article will explore the new Google Translate feature and provide some useful information about it.
Translate Words in Pictures Easily with Google Translate
Previously, users could only use the text, document, and site options to translate text on Google Translate. However, now users can also use the “image” option to translate words in images. This new feature allows users to easily translate words in photos or screenshots.
To use this feature, users need to click on the “images” tab and upload an image from the gallery on their phone or computer. Google Translate will detect the language in the image and translate it into the language of the user’s choice. Users can choose from around 133 available languages.
Features Make Comparison of Original and Translated Images with Google Translate
One of the remarkable features of this new Google Translate image feature is the ability to compare the original version of the image with the translated image. This feature helps users to ensure that the translation results are correct. If the user feels it is correct, the translation results can be downloaded or copied.
Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) Technology
The technology behind this new Google Translate image feature is generative adversarial networks (GAN). This technology is the same used in the translation feature on Google Lens. The GAN technology replaces the original text in images with the translation results.
Translate Text on Image Easily with Google Translate
With this new Google Translate feature, users can easily translate text contained in images without having to retype. Users can try this feature on the Google Chrome browser version 110.0.5481.178. That way, users can save time and effort in translating text on images.