Microsoft Translator updates on Android devices with new fixes and improvements

Brad Stephenson

Man using a can and string mobile phone

Microsoft’s Translator app has updated for Android devices to Version 3.0.165 and now starts-up a lot faster, has fixed several disconnect bugs that occurred in Conversation Mode, now has improved error messages, and includes a variety of other bug fixes. Translator is a rather solid language app that supports a wide number of languages and situations. Here’s the official description:

Microsoft Translator enables you to translate text or speech, have translated conversations, and even download languages to use offline. Speak or type to translate into over 60 languages. Have real-time translated conversations with two or more people by connecting your devices. Translate images. Have two-person real-time conversations on a single device. Download languages to translate offline. Hear your translated phrase for you to help you pronounce your translation. Browse phrasebooks for translations and pronunciation guides for popular phrases.

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Microsoft Translator
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