Now Translate Roman Urdu in English while Using Google Translate

Google is an enchanted search engine helping billions of internet users. This magical box not only helps us to gain knowledge but we can also perform calculations, check currency rates, and translate texts as well. Now Translate Roman Urdu in English while Using Google Translate.

Google translate has been launched for quite a while. It lets you translate words from one language to another. It covers many famous languages, including Urdu.

Now Translate Roman Urdu in English while Using Google Translate

Previously google used to convert text written in normal Urdu. Now the text is converted to English even when written in Roman Urdu (Urdu words written using English alphabets).

However less number of Urdu-script keyboards are hurdles to convert text from Urdu to English or any other language.

Luckily, there is an easy trick to convert roman Urdu words to English or other languages. Actually, Google has skilled its search algorithm to sense Hindi words written in Roman English. As many words between the two languages are similar, they can be used for Urdu as well.

Google should also build some algorithm for Urdu functionality as well and not just Hindi as it does here. But as most of sentences are same in Urdu and Hindi , it works for most mutual phrases used in the subcontinent.

I have tried it and it worked well most of the time. Amazingly all of the words I tried to translate gave me a right result.

Here you go:

  1. Just write the word you want to be translated to English, followed by “in English”.If it doesn’t work move to next point.Roman Urdu to be Converted in English using Google
  2. By simply writing convert “Hindi to English”,you can achieve same results.by writing this a translate box will appear on screen.write a word in first box and translated word will appear in the next box.Roman Urdu to be Converted in English using Google

Google outstandingly converted single words but messed up while detecting line and sentences.

However, it’s something new, impressive and different. It has turned out to be time saving search box for people who can’t write Urdu script on keyboards for converting it to English.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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