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Odia Language Text Translation Is Now Available in Microsoft Translator

  Today, we are happy to announce that we have added Odia text translation to Microsoft Translator. Odia is available now, or will be available soon, in the Microsoft Translator app, Office, Translator for Bing, and through the Azure Cognitive Services Translator for businesses and developers. Odia is spoken by 35 million people in India and across the world. It joins Bangla, Gujarati, Hindi,….

Custom Translator v2 is now available: Introducing higher quality translations and regional data residency

Today, we are releasing Custom Translator version 2. The newest version of Custom Translator boasts higher quality customized translations than version 1 and allows you to keep your training data in the region of your choice, if desired, in order to meet your corporate data security, data privacy, and regulatory requirements. This upgrade to v2 will roll out in two….

Presentation Translator will be retired soon

The Presentation Translator add-in for PowerPoint is no longer available for download, beginning July 31, 2020. You can use the native translation features of PowerPoint to translate your slides and to add live captioning and subtitling to your presentations. If you have already downloaded Presentation Translator, the add-in will continue to work, however technical support and updates to the service….

No More Button Pushing—Microsoft Translator for iOS Adds Auto Mode for One on One Conversations

Translating one on one conversations just got even easier with the newest update to speech mode in Microsoft Translator for iOS. With Auto mode, there’s no more need to push the microphone button when it’s your turn to talk—just select the languages, turn on the mic, and start the conversation. The app will listen for the two languages and translate….

Applications using the Bing AppID authentication method will stop working in April 2021

If you are using a Bing AppID to access the Translator service, your authentication will no longer be valid after April 15, 2021 and your applications will no longer return translation results. The legacy Bing AppID has been deprecated since September, 2011. Current Azure security policies are more secure than the Bing AppID authentication method. Please transition your applications to….

Қазақ тілі, қош келдің! (Welcome, Kazakh!)

  Today we are happy to announce that in our ongoing mission to break down language barriers, we have added Kazakh to the Microsoft Translator family of languages. Known as Qazaqsha or Qazaq Tili, there are about 22 million Kazakh speakers in Kazakhstan, Western China, Western Mongolia, Southern Russia, and around the world. Kazakh is available now, or will be….

Portuguese: A Tale of Two Dialects

Que giro! Recently, we released European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese as separate language entries within Microsoft Translator. Although we have supported Portuguese for many years, the split between these dialects represents a recent change. Why did we do this? This is a good question. Although the two Portuguese dialects are very similar to one another and in many cases mutually….

Microsoft adds five languages of India to Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator adds Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada as new languages. मराठी भाषेचे स्वागत आहे ગુજરાતી ભાષાનું સ્વાગત છે ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਭਾਸ਼ਾ ਦਾ ਸਵਾਗਤ ਹੈ മലയാള ഭാഷയെ സ്വാഗതം ಕನ್ನಡ ಭಾಷೆ ಸ್ವಾಗತ Microsoft Translation team’s ongoing mission to break down language barriers continues with the addition of five languages of India: Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada. These five languages are….

Dia daoibh! Tá Gaeilge againn!

Microsoft Translator adds Irish as a new language. Our ongoing mission to break down language barriers continues with Irish: Today, we have added Irish Gaelic to Microsoft Translator. Irish Gaelic, usually referred to as the Irish Language or just Irish, and commonly known in Irish itself as Gaeilge (pronounced “gwael-guh”), is the latest addition to the Microsoft Translator family of….

Kia ora, te reo Māori!

Today, we are happy to announce that we have added te reo Māori to Microsoft Translator. On our mission to break down language barriers, we often have the chance to tackle interesting challenges. For the Translator team, adding te reo Māori was such an exciting opportunity. Continuing a journey which started back in the days of statistical machine translation and….

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