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SwiftKey for Android integrates Microsoft Translator, instantly translating text and IM conversations in-app

Microsoft Translator is now integrated with SwiftKey for Android, a predictive keyboard that accurately captures your messages and instantly translates them into over 60 languages in-app for texts, Instant Messages, emails, and more. Simply download SwiftKey for Android, open a text or IM app, and select the Translator icon from the keyboard’s menu. Select your “From” language, and “To” language,….

Integrate end-to-end speech translation into your products with Microsoft Speech services

Microsoft Speech services are now in general availability. Part of Azure Cognitive Services, Speech offers complete speech capabilities, including speech recognition, translation, and text-to-speech in a set of unified and customizable services.​ It combines the capabilities of the existing Microsoft Translator Speech API, Bing Speech API, and Custom Speech Service (preview). Speech is enterprise ready​ and scalable for your needs,….

Back-to-School: How Translator Helps English Language Learners Overseas

Sara Mata, a Certified K-12 Reading Specialist, recently learned about Microsoft Translator and how this tool can help with reading comprehension for her remote English Language Learners (ELL) from China. While attending the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Chicago, Sara came across a demo of Microsoft Translator and realized immediately how this technology could impact her….

Microsoft Translator adds Telugu as a supported language

Microsoft Translator is excited to announce the launch of Telugu, our latest AI-powered text translation language. The launch of Telugu was officially announced at Interspeech 2018 in Hyderabad, India. Hyderabad is the capital of the Indian state of Telangana where Telugu is the primary spoken language. Worldwide, over 80 million people speak Telugu. Telugu is Translator’s fifth supported language from….