How to Scan and Translate an image in Google Translate

How to Scan and Translate an image in Google Translate

How to Scan and Translate an image in Google Translate

You may scan and translate photos to and from any of Google’s supported languages with the Google Translate app. You can scan something in real-time or select an image from your collection using a mobile device. Here’s how to do it.

How to Scan and Translate an image in Google Translate

Ways to Translate Picture With Google Translate

You can translate photographs with the Google Translate software on your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone in two ways.

One method of translating a photo is to point your camera at it and let the software scan it. You’ll get a real-time translation right in the image. If you don’t already have the image in your gallery, this is the way to go.

If you have the image you wish to translate saved in your phone’s gallery, you can import it into Google Translate and translate it.

Scan and Translate a New Image With Google Translate

  • Open Google Translate on your phone first to translate a photo in real time. Tap “Camera” beneath the text box in the app.
  • The view for your camera will appear. Select the languages you want to translate your image from, at the top. Choose “Detect Language” in the source language area to have the app recognize the source language automatically.
  • Point the camera of your phone at the image you wish to translate. The text on your photo will be translated by the app.
  • If you want to take a still shot and subsequently translate it, tap “Scan,” take a photo and let the app do the work.
  • You’re ready to go.

Translate and Scan an Existing Picture With Google Translate

Add your photo to Google Translate for translation if it’s already saved in your phone’s gallery.

  • To begin, open the Google Translate app on your smartphone. Tap “Camera” in the app.
  • Select both the source and target languages for your picture translation from the top of the camera view page. Choose “Detect Language” in the source language section to have the app detect the language.
  • To upload your photo to the app, go to the bottom of the page and hit “Import.”
  • If a permission request appears, touch “Yes.” Then select the image you’d like to translate.
  • Your image will be imported and scanned by Google Translate. To see the translation for a certain word, tap it on the image.
  • Select “Select All” to see the full translation for the entire image.
  • And that’s how you read foreign language images on your phone.

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