Google Translate’s translation of Japanese is getting faster, but there’s a catch: the website can’t translate the entire dictionary.
Instead, it uses a few dictionaries and phrases to provide a sense of how the language is being used in Japan.
The site’s official Hindi translation is the first to reach 500,000 downloads.
It’s the fastest-growing Hindi language translation ever, according to Google Translators’ Association (GTA), which released a report on the results on Tuesday.
“India has more than 2.7 billion speakers of the Hindi language,” the association said.
“It has 1.4 billion speakers who are fluent in Hindi.
That translates to more than a billion people who can translate the Hindi text into English.”
The GTA estimates that the number of Hindi speakers in India is around 3.2 million.
Google Translate recently opened a translation of its English translation of Hindi for people who have difficulty understanding Hindi.
Its new Hindi translation will be released to the public later this month.