The Skype Translator tool has picked up a lot of steam with users, and its being used by millions of users. On Thursday, Skype announced that the main Skype app for Windows will include the Skype Translator tool.
The inclusion of the Skype Translator Tool into the main version of Windows, means that it will be used by more users. It will also make it much easier to try out, for those looking to try out the real-time translating tool.
From Preview To General Build
The Skype Translator Tool has gone from a preview build in December 2015, to a mainstream function of Skype. It started to make its way into the main Skype app in October 2015, but now its been made official.
The Skype Translator Tool includes seven different languages, and that is very helpful. These include Chinese Mandarin, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. Plus it has 50 messaging languages.
Starting Conversations With Ease
Now that the Windows version of Skype has Skype Translator built into it, it means starting conversations with it becomes super simple. A user click on the upper right hand corner of the app and get started.
It has been available separately for sometime, but the main Skype app gives users one main thing to communicate with others. It includes text chats, video calls, and now the exciting world language communication set of tools.
Users can update Skype for Windows to get the latest version for themselves to try. Then, find someone around the world, and try it out.