Microsoft Releases New Translator App For Mobile Devices

Users in a foreign land are always facing challenges when it comes to speaking a foreign language, and having a mobile device on them when travelling is almost a must. On Monday, Microsoft unveiled their new Translator app for mobile, giving Microsoft translator the power of mobile.

The new Microsoft Translator App is available now, and available on iOS and Android platforms. It’s a free app, and definitely worth checking out if you are looking for an almost perfect translator app. It supports phone and tablets, and also works with Apple Watch and Android Wear devices.

Microsoft Releases Microsoft Translator App

Inside Translator

The new Microsoft Translator app works with over 50 different languages, and that number outdoes many on the market today. It includes English, Chinese, French, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and Russian. Users can choose any number of methods to bring the languages into the app.

Microsoft Translator lets users speak the word or phrase they want translated, they can copy the text into the app, and users can copy and paste the translated text into another application. This makes it easy to use, and makes translating on the go, that much easier for all to use.

Translate Anywhere With The Microsoft Translator App For iOS and Android

Translator Via Bing

Microsoft has been using the Translator app technology in a number of its products lately, and those include Bing and Windows Phone. Microsoft is also using the natural language translating power of Skype Translator to make Microsoft Translator that much better for all to use globally.

Microsoft is challenging Google in this space, and isn’t afraid to offer a better product. It lets users point to a phrase and translate it immediately. The ability to use it on mobile wearables also makes it better. Google’s app doesn’t work on Android Wear or the Apple Watch as of now.

Try out Microsoft Translator today. I have and it works really well, and that’s from a US English speaking tech guy.

Published: Tuesday, August 11th, 2015 Last Modified: August 11, 2015

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