How to Get the Most of Microsoft Translator on Android


 

 

 

 

 

The Microsoft Translator is yet another Redmond's Android app to compete against Google products on the Play Store. Microsoft Translator supports 50 languages and cool thing about this real-time translator application is its Android Wear version which enables you to use your smart watch to get the translations.

 

To get the most of the Microsoft Translator on Android devices, do as follows:

 

1. First of all, download and install the Microsoft Translator from the Play Store
2. As soon as you open the app, you'll face 2 options: Speak to translate or Type to translate.
3. Choose your input method and then use the bottom menu to specify the input language and the output language
4. The real-time translation is enabled by default and the application suggests a related translation while you are typing. To disable the real time translation, go to the main view of the app, tap the 3dot icon on the top right, and make sure to unmark the Continuous Updates


** The overall speed of Microsoft Translator is satisfying and since the Google Translator is still waiting for the update to support Android Wear devices, it's safe to say that you have found your translator for your wrist after all

The Microsoft Translator is yet another Redmond's Android app to compete against Google products on the Play Store. Microsoft Translator supports 50 ...

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