Microsoft Translator is used for a large number of users around the world, and it has been, the number of languages continues to grow. On Friday, Microsoft added three new languages to Microsoft Translator, all of which will be popular for European users around the world.
The addition of Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian makes the total number of languages supported for Microsoft Translator at 50. These languages share a rich history between them, and vast culture as well. These languages have been added as of today, and are live when users use Microsoft Translator.
Three New Languages
Now, when users use Microsoft Translator, they can choose from Bosnia, Croatian, and Serbian. These languages are spoken throughout South East Europe, and have millions of people who speak it daily. The addition of these languages will certainly please those who speak it, and whom wish to translate it across the web.
The addition of these three languages will make it easier for school children, adults, education, and business professionals to translate it on the web. Now, people from around the world will be able to speak a common language, and share their cultures and customs with each other via the Internet.
Now, these languages will be able to be instantly translated using Microsoft Translator. Users can use Translator via the web at Bing.com/translator, their desktop Windows 8 apps, in Office 365 and forms of Office, Skype Translator, Lync, and even in specialized apps that could be built with the Translator API.
Users can build custom programs that interact with the Translator API, and communicate easier across borders and cultures. The Windows Phone app has also been updated to support these languages, and users using the camer mode can translate signs, walls, and text anywhere they are in the world.
50 languages are big for Windows Translator. Try it out today and see how well it works.