Microsoft Introduces Its Own Translator App

Credit: Morguefile.com

Credit: Morguefile.com

Microsoft has its own translator app now!

Microsoft Translator was released on Thursday, designed by the software giant for iOS and Android users.

The app not only supports phones and tablets, but it also supports Apple Watch and other smart watches.

Like Google Translator, Microsoft Translator translates anything you speak or type. In response, the app shows you the translated text on the screen and then speaks it for you.

For now, Microsoft Translator supports 50 different languages, including English, Chinese, French, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Spanish and Russian. Google’s Translate app, on the other hand, only supports 27 languages for text and voice conversion.

However, Google’s Translate app is more advanced in one way: it automatically translates any text by pointing your mobile device’s camera at the words you want to be translated.

Thirteen people have reviewed the app at Apple’s App store, giving it a score of 4.5 stars out of 5. And at the Google Play store, a total of 426 reviews have also earned the app a 4.5 rating.

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