Microsoft launches its "Microsoft Translator" translator for iOS devices
Microsoft is back in the App Store with a new application, this time it is its new translator. An interesting application that as a negative point we can find that Microsoft Translator for iPhone It requires a permanent Internet connection to function. On the other hand, however, it has the peculiarity of working well enough, it perfectly recognizes the sentences dictated by voice and offers translation in up to 50 different languages. All this accompanied by minimalist graphics and an easy to use interface.
The new online translator developed by Microsoft is available through the App Store, the app store of Apple, for iPhone and Apple Watch. Know all the features of this application and download it below.
This is Microsoft Translator
Microsoft Translator includes support for up to 50 languages different. It can be used in two different ways, the classic mode is through the keyboard or simply dictating a phrase we want to translate. After clicking on the button that has the shape of a microphone, what we have to do is dictate the phrase or set of them, which we want to translate, and in a few seconds we can see how the meaning appears directly on the screen, followed by a female voice that emphasizes the correct pronunciation.
Although it could be a very valuable tool when you travel, especially if you are in a foreign country, the negative point is that it is an online translator, the application requires an always active data connection to be able to function. So in this case Microsoft Translator is probably not for all users. It can always be useful especially for those who use it at school or at work.
Microsoft has decided to give up special effects and spectacular graphics, preferring a simple, minimalist and intuitive design. It has a microphone button (function that requires authorization) to activate voice recording, keyboard for those who wish to manually enter a word or phrase at the bottom of the screen. In addition, it is also possible to choose the source language and in which we want to see the translation. Voice recognition works well and at the moment it seems to be 100% accurate.
Last but not least, Microsoft Translator also allows us to save our favorite phrases and the translation can be viewed in full screen. As we know, this new application adds to a market that is currently saturated with apps specialized in this field.
Download Microsoft Translator from the App Store
If you still don't have the official microsoft application to translate languages for iPhone, you can install it through the direct download link, from the App Store, which you will find below.
Microsoft Translator is in the App Store, requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. It is available in the following languages: Simplified Chinese, English.