Microsoft Translator
Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator is a free, personal translation app for more than 70 languages, to translate text, voice, conversations, camera photos and screenshots

Android Android Apps
4.7 ( 88 ratings )
Price: $0
Name Microsoft Translator
Publisher Microsoft Corporation
Genre Apps
Size 64M
Version 4.0.504i 5a1a6096
Update September 16, 2021
Microsoft Translator is the most famous version in the Microsoft Translator series of publisher Microsoft Corporation
Mod Version 4.0.504i 5a1a6096
Total installs 50,000,000+
Content Rating PEGI 3
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Whats New

· Use new neural voice fonts to hear your translated text in the regional accent of your choice · New language selection that lets you see what features are available in each language Bug fixes and general improvements.
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Reviewing the app

Microsoft Translator for android is a personal application. It is able to/can translate texts, conversations, screenshots, camera photos, as well as voices in more than seventy languages (or any one of those languages). Moreover, a person is free to download languages for offline translation freely in order to use when he travels. 

Generally,  people compare Microsoft Translator to Google Translate. But, this app is much better as it has more complete features (than Google Translate). It is this application that has made a translation into various languages much simpler as well as easier also. Important details about the app will come in the paragraphs of this article.

 Reviewing the app

Microsoft Translator features a simple, practical, as well as clean user interface. That is why anyone; even the first user also can use this application easily. Apart from the interface, the app is equipped with many outstanding features. First of all, this application lets a user translate texts into seventy-plus languages for either online or offline use. 

Camera translation is the next feature of Microsoft Translator. Here a person will be capable of using the app to translate texts in screenshots or photos. It features voice translation as well that allows him to translate speeches. After that, this application is equipped with a split-mode for those two participants who have a bilingual conversation or who do (a) bilingual conversation(s).

Microsoft Translator also comes featuring multi-person conversation translation. It will connect the smartphone of this app’s user and will have an in-person conversation with a maximum of one hundred persons across multiple languages. Phrasebooks are related to the next feature of this app. They will be useful (for a man) for ‘verified translations as well as pronunciation guides in order for helping its user to learn important or significant phrases in foreign languages while travelling.

Moreover, Microsoft Translator also features ‘lookup alternate translations as well as the meaning of a word to find the best translation for expressing oneself (its users). Further, this useful application allows a person to download languages for offline use as well; so that he can/will be able to translate texts without an internet connection. Additionally, the app also lets him hear a translated phrase out loud so that he can learn how to say the translation in the correct way.

View transliteration (pronunciation guides) is regarded as one of the outstanding features of the Microsoft Translator app. This excellent feature helps the user in pronouncing the translation correctly. Moreover, he is free to share his translations with other applications as well. In case, he wants or desires to ‘pin as well as save’ his most frequent translations for later (time); he also can do this thing.

Additionally, Microsoft Translator also allows the user to translate texts in other apps through the context menu translation. As has been mentioned earlier as well that the application supports more than 70 languages; some of them are English, Arabic, Hindi, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Bulgarian, Danish, Indonesian, Malay, Korean, as well as many others.

Advantages and Disadvantages

In this article, till now there has been mentioned many plus points of Microsoft Translator. But, it has limitations(s) as well. This app’s positive and negative points are provided here; in short.

 

Advantages

  • (I) It is a free application
  • (II) It has a practical as well as clean user interface
  • (III) The app supports Android wear
  • (IV) One can use it offline also

 

Disadvantage(s)

  • (I) This application offers just single direction translations

This is the way of using the app

As it has been described many times in the article a person still will be capable of using the Microsoft Translator app when he is offline. To do it, he has to open this application. After that, the user requires to tap the keyboard. Next, he has to tap the language he wants to translate from while offline. 

Tapping the to-language should/will be his next step. Now, he has to tap Start typing as well as (after that) enter texts. Consequently and finally as well, he will be able to see translation in the middle of his device’s screen. One is free to try other advanced features (of Microsoft Translator) in order to get more benefits.

ChangeLog

  • (I) A person has to use new neural voice fonts for hearing his translated text in the regional accent of his voice.
  • (II) New language selection that allows the user to see what features are found in each language.


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