Android version of Google Translate app adds new languages
Also being updated to support more languages is the app's camera input. This feature allows you to snap a picture of something with words written on it in a foreign language and have the app translate it. The new languages that are supported using your phone's camera include Afrikaans, Greek, Hebrew and Serbian.
Currently, the Google Translate app supports the translation of more than 70 languages. You can directly translate speech, handwriting and photographed texts. The app allows you to hear translations said out loud and a dictionary setting lets you translate a single word. A single phrase that you might need to repeat often can be saved for future use. Google Translate is a free app in the Google Play Store. While a version of the app is also available for iOS users, it did not receive Thursday's update.
source: Google Translate (Android|iOS) via AndroidCentral