The Indian government has created a free app to help its citizens translate Chinese and Japanese.
The app, called Chinese Translation, can be downloaded from Google Play or Apple’s App Store, and has been in the works since the beginning of the year.
According to Google, the app will help “translate the most commonly used languages of India into a multitude of local languages, including English, Tagalog, Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam, Tamil Nadu, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarathi, and Kannada, as well as more than 40 other languages, from both South and North America and from Africa.”
It is also available for iPhone and Android devices, and can be purchased in India from Rs 1,999.
Google is also selling a subscription service, dubbed “Google Translate”, which allows users to download Chinese translations for free.
Google Translators has been around for a while now, and now it is expanding beyond India to other parts of the world.
The app has also been widely used in Europe and the United States.
However, this is the first time that a Google-made app has been created in India.
Google has launched a translation app for all its other languages as well, including Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Arabic, Italian, Chinese, Hindi and Tamil.
The company has also created a translation service for the US and Australia.
The search giant also recently released a new app for Chinese, Vietnamese, Tagalogy and English.
The Google Translate app is being rolled out in a couple of countries, with the app currently available for download in India and Vietnam.
The new app, Google Translator for India, comes with a free version, which allows the user to translate into at least 50 different languages, and a premium version, for which the user can purchase a subscription that will allow the user access to the app for an additional Rs 500 a month.
The company also plans to expand the service in the coming months.