Microsoft has introduced a translator app that works across smartphones, tablets, Apple Watch and Android Wear devices. Microsoft Translator supports up to 50 different languages with Hindi being the only supported Indian language.
With Microsoft Translator app, users can translate words or phrases either by typing or by voice. The app can also speak out the translated words or phrases. The app allows to copy and paste text from and to other apps for quick translation.
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The most notable omission in Microsoft Translator app is the ability to point camera at the text or phrase to be translated and get real-time translation which is possible with the Windows Phone app. Also Google Translate app supports this feature.