Microsoft Translator adds 6 new text to speech languages

Microsoft Translator today added support for 6 new text to speech languages. The new languages added today are: Tamil, Malay, Croatian, Bulgarian, Vietnamese, and Slovenian. With this text to speech support, you can play translated text in its native accent.

This feature will be useful when you visit foreign countries. For example, if you visit a palace in India—you’ve found the building but can’t find the entrance. You can just type, “Where is the entrance to the museum?” into your Microsoft Translator app to translate to Hindi, push the speaker button for text to speech, and you can play the audio to ask for assistance to native Indian people in their own language.

These languages are now supported through Microsoft Translator speech APIs as well.

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