It is now easy to translate using the SwiftKey Keyboard as the company SwiftKey has integrated with Microsoft Translator. Now it will be possible to translate from one language to another without having to exit the app, leave the in-app conversation, or copy-paste the text to translate. Microsoft Translator has been on the market for quite some time now and is one of the most famous translating apps available.
Google translator is a viable option too, but the whole process becomes much easier with Microsoft Translator. The main purpose of developing the Microsoft Translator was to break the language barrier prevalent in our days as we are becoming more and more connected to the entire world and new cultures and languages. Microsoft Translator can translate conversations in real-time seamlessly.
Now, the update of the SwiftKey received today for Android devices will make sure that it becomes easy for users to understand the messages they receive. The new update will also ensure that it translates the messages that the users send so that the meaning conveyed in the message is understood thoroughly.
What is remarkable about this new integration between SwiftKey and Microsoft Translator is that it works for a vast range of languages. It is available in over 60 languages, to be precise. This will also ensure that the conversations do not seem robotic and remain natural as well as fast. Installing the Microsoft Translator will make the feature available offline as well, and SwiftKey works even better with the Microsoft Translator. The new feature works on multiple platforms as well. The new feature guarantees that its users will not face any lost-in-translation embarrassing moments as it works perfectly on Facebook, WhatsApp, and email.