Microsoft’s Translator app for iOS gets a refreshed look and other key enhancements

Kevin Okemwa

Microsoft Translator app icon.

Microsoft has released an update for its Translator app, bumping it to Version 23.2.1. A significant update at that since it features a new and refreshed UI as well as UX enhancements designed to make the translation process seamless.

What’s more, this update also comes with expanded language support and an upgraded backend for the image translation feature. The speech translation and text translation features have received notable enhancements as well.

The app supports more than 24 languages, which builds on its capability to detect two different languages at the same time. It is worth noting that this update doesn’t incorporate any AI enhancements. Recently, we’ve seen Microsoft deeply integrate AI across its products and services, for instance, the debut of Bing Chat to Bing, Edge Mobile apps, and even Skype.

Your device must be running on iOS 14 or iPadOS 14.0 for you to download the Translator app which comes in at around 24.8MB. In other related news, Microsoft announced its latest Windows 11’s  Moments Update featuring AI, screen recording, and more.

That being said, Phonelink in Windows 11 now comes with support for iPhone, which means that you can make calls and send messages directly from your Windows PC.

via: Neowin

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