Google's witchcraft-based language tool Google Translate is very much an unsung hero amongst the search giant's collection of apps. Being able to quickly translate whole webpages at the touch of a button is impressive enough on its own, but being able to do it via your watch, or even photography… witchcraft, as I said.
On top of that, the latest update now offers offline mode in iOS and introduces photographic recognition for simplified and traditional Chinese. Which means you too can know that this suspicious package claims to contain milk:
Google says these updates will be rolling out over the next few days.