Bing Updates ‘Translator’ App For Windows Phone

Posted on Apr 17 2012 - 8:16am by Editorial Staff

Microsoft’s Bing has released an update for the Translator app for Windows Phone with live-translation. The app will work like this for you: You can use your camera to translate printed text, voice recognition to translate spoken text, or the keyboard to enter text that you want to translate or you can use your phone’s camera to make translating signs, menus, newspapers, or any printed text a snap. Just aim the camera at the text and see the translation in seconds.

Download languages and phrase books so you can translate text and images when your phone isn’t connected to a network. Speak a word or phrase that you want translated and hear the translations spoken in a native speaker’s accent. Voice translations require a network connection. Improve your vocabulary with the Word of the Day on the Start screen. When you’re traveling, need to overcome a language barrier, or trying to learn a foreign language, Translator is your go-to app. It appears to be so much good but it would be only valuable if it really make sense for us. Better than why not give it a try afterall it cost your pockets nothing. Make sure if you try, keep us updated too we would love to hear your experience.

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