Skype enables the real-time Japanese translation for desktop users

By TechNadu Staff / April 12, 2017

On Thursday, Microsoft announced that the Skype Translator will now offer a real-time translation of spoken word Japanese. This will be the 10th language for which Skype Translator offers both voice and text conversation.

Skype also offers text translation for more than 60 languages. Microsoft also said that Japanese will be available on all Microsoft Translation services, including Microsoft Translator Live.

According to the software giant, adding to the challenge is a vocabulary and grammatical structure that is completely different from English, making it difficult for English-speakers to learn.

People who speak different languages to easily take part in voice and video calls. Call between Skype members is free of charge.

This new addition should serve as a huge benefit to users, especially for those who already use skype Translator for its nine other spoken languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese (Mandarin), Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Arabic, and Russian.

Skype Translator- supported language first, you go to your Skype Windows desktop and click on the globe icon or otherwise if you are using Windows 10, click the Skype Translator button via the Skype preview app.

Now, it is available mainly on the desktop version of Skype, but not on the Smartphones.

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