Microsoft Translator app rolls out Personal Universal Translator

People from different regions find language as a barrier to effective communication. Not anymore! Microsoft Translator now features a technology – Personal Universal Translator – that translates in-person conversations in real time with up to 100 speakers using their own smartphone, tablet, or PC.

Personal Universal Translator

Personal Universal Translator

The multilingual machine translation cloud service from Microsoft translates your spoken words into another language while preserving the accent of your actual voice. The new development will enable people to communicate in different languages one-on-one using their own language on their own device.

The Personal Universal Translator has long been a dream of science fiction, but today that dream becomes a reality: Microsoft Translator now translates in-person conversations in real time with up to 100 speakers using their own smartphone, tablet, or PC. This new feature allows people to communicate in different languages face to face using their own language on their own device. This feature opens the door to a whole new world of communication among people, regardless of their language, writes Microsoft in a post.

Microsoft Translator’s new personal universal translator can be used for

  1. Join a conversation instantly, irrespective of your language.
  2. Sharing experiences
  3. Establishing/making connections
  4. Connect with a wider audience
  5. Provide people with needed information.

The main advantage of Microsoft Translator app is that it works in real-time. The new features rolled out for the app are available starting this week in the respective apps for Windows, Android, iOS and Amazon Fire. Apart from these, the app will be available online on the dedicated website.

The new development is intended to revolutionize the way we communicate and open the door to a whole new world of communication among people, regardless of their language. For more information, visit Microsoft blog.

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