Google Translate English to Urdu with Many New Features Now


Google translate is perfecting the idea of making this world a global village. Google translate is the number one option when we have to search for the meaning of a word in other languages, or we are wondering about the meaning of a particular word in an entirely different language, we use Google translate. Using Google translate is very easy one have to write the word or sentence in the direct language box, and you will get its meaning in your selected desired language.


Google translate is available for 103 languages, and Urdu is one of them. Google has now introduced some new features in its Google Translate app which can easily be downloaded from the app store.

Camera Feature:

Now you don’t have to copy paste or write a word or sentence to get its meaning you instead have to click the camera option on the app and focus on the word you want to translate, and the translation will come up on the screen. It is a fantastic and time-saving option.

Hand Writing Feature:

You know the word to translate and don’t want to type it via keyboard, and you feel it is much easy to write down, what you have to do is to click the handwriting option on the app and write the word and get the meaning on the upper window on your phone screen.


Conversation Feature:

By the help of this feature two persons knowing nothing about each other language can have a conversation. To check this out click on the conversation tab in the app and select the languages and start the conversation.

Voice feature:

Is feature where you say the word or sentence you want to translate to other language and it the translator do the rest.

Google is now working translate complete sentences rather than breaking into words so that one can get the full meaning of the phrase.


Noor Mani is senior tech correspondent and renowned professional writer from Pakistani local Newspaper Weekly Multan. She is a P.E.C accredited Electronics Engineer and has wide vision over technology and local media industry scope. She is now a Managing Editor at Web.PK. You can email her at noor @

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