The Microsoft Translator product from Microsoft has slowly become a very successful product, and it supports over 50+ languages around the world. With its newest update, the Cantonese language has been added, bringing 55 million speakers to the app.
Cantonese is one of the bigger lanuages spokewn in China and throughout the world. Its addition to Microsoft Translator makes the 75 million global users able to use it on Windows 10, and to speak fluently with the app.
Bringing Cantonese To Translator
Bringing the Cantonese language to Microsoft Translator on Windows 10 has been a major update for Microsoft. It’s been tested by large groups already, and its even now available thorugh the Microsoft Translator API as well
The addition of Cantonese to the Microsoft Translator app, gives 55 million Chinese and 20 million other speakers to the free app. It means that speakers of this language can speak with others across Windows 10 products.
Translator Stretching Across Products
The Microsoft Translator app is a product that is integrated into Bing, works with Microsoft Office, SharePoint, Cortana, and even Yammer. Its full range of Windows 10 desktop, mobile, and tablet apps gives it a broad appeal.
For Windows 10 users, it means that users can use the Translator program to speak with anyone in the world. Microsoft wants to breakdown the language barriers around the world, and bringing 75 million Cantonese speakers helps with that.
If you speak Cantonese, try out Microsoft Translator. It’s a widely spoken language, and will surely get a lot of people interested in using it on Windows 10.