Microsoft Translator apps updated with new group conversation feature and more

Microsoft yesterday announced the new personal universal translator, a new service that translates in-person conversations in real time with up to 100 speakers using their own smartphone, tablet, or PC. It allows users to communicate in different languages face to face using their own language on their own device. Microsoft Translator apps today got updated with this new group conversation feature.

Change log:

  • New group conversation feature that enables users to real-time translated conversations with two or more people by connecting their devices
  • New two-person speech mode that enables two people to have a conversation using the same device
  • Bug fixes

The Microsoft Translator live preview feature is available now in the Microsoft Translator apps for Windows, Android, iOS and Amazon Fire. It is also available online at http://translator.microsoft.com (or through this easy to remember URL: http://translate.it ).

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