Every time you need to overcome the language barrier your good friend translator comes to rescue. Microsoft brings new updates for the users of Bing Translator and adds Vietnamese to the language choice. Use your camera, voice or keyboard to enter text you want to translate. Use Translator on-the-go, even when you don't have an Internet connection.
Microsoft's Bing Translator app has been updated to version 3.1, which drops the Bing name and is now known as just Translator. The app also brings a few new changes as well, including offline translation for Vietnamese.
Here's what's new in version 3.1:
- Copy option for translated text
- Offline translation for Vietnamese
Let’s have a look at the opportunities provided by the Translator app.
- Text translation – Type and translate text into more than 45 languages.
- Camera translation – Translate signs, menus, newspapers, or any printed text with your device's camera in an instant.
- Voice translation – Translate by speaking into your phone. Voice translation requires a network connection.
- Text to speech – Hear translations spoken with a native speaker's accent. Text to speech requires a network connection.
- Offline translation – Translate when you are not connected to the Internet and when you want to avoid expensive data roaming charges, by using downloadable offline language packs.
- Word of the Day – Improve your vocabulary by pinning the Translator to your Start screen.
- Pin each mode to your Start screen and jump straight to translating in a single tap.
- Copy and paste or use your keyboard to quickly enter the text you want to translate.
You don’t have the Translator app yet? Then don’t hesitate to download it in Windows Phone Store.