Use Microsoft Translator App to Handle Spoken Conversations

The Microsoft translator app which was released in august this year has now updated and Microsoft adds a new feature to it, the recent added feature helps you in translating spoken conversation. This feature has advantages, you can communicate in person where you don’t know the language. With the help of this feature you communicate in much more natural way.

Use Microsoft Translator App to Handle Spoken Conversations

To provide much more flexibility to users Microsoft built this app for smartwatches and smartphones as well.  Microsoft introduces this great app back in august and it compatible for both iOS and Android. This app gained much popularity and it is considered by many person as must needed app. This app you need much when you travels to a destination where you are not familiar with the local language. This Microsoft translator app is powered and it runs on the same engine that uses by skype translator.

It creates the advance software system in which the machine has the ability to learn how to translate and the speech recognition system uses to handheld devices. This newly added feature has now only supports translation of spoken conversation to and from English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, and Chinese mandarin. Microsoft says that this translator app has built in such a way that it works well even in your phone if this app is installed in it. But for better results Microsoft recommends to use both a smartphone and smartwatch. This provides you a facility to remove the need of both people to bend over a phone or pass it forth or back.

Use Microsoft Translator App to Handle Spoken Conversations

The smartwatch and smartphone combination helps to use this translator app very easily and this combination allows you to do conversation more naturally and from a comfortable distance. The Microsoft translator app is available for free download, you can use Google play store and the app store to download it for your Android and iOS phone.