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Now with Microsoft Translator app you can get instant translations in 50 languages- thanks to new app launched by Microsoft for iOS and Android devices. With the new apps user can translate languages either by typing or by voice command.
 
The new app also helps you by providing related phrase if you are not sure how to pronounce the translation. In case of noisy environment just show someone your watch or phone, it will show a large full-screen translation cards make it easy to show others what you’re trying to communicate with them.
 
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The app allows users to copy and paste text from and to other apps for quick translation. The Microsoft Translator app also let users to bookmark their most commonly used translations to their device screen for easy access, and browse history of recently used phrases.  

With the companion apps for iPhone and Android users can manage their settings and translate right from their phone or when they prefer to translate typed text. Microsoft Translator app is now available for download from Google Play and Apple Store.

News Source: Microsoft Office Blog

Image Credit: Microsoft Office Blog

Microsoft introduces translator app for Android and iOS devices