With a new update to the keyboard app SwiftKey, the Redmond giant embeds Microsoft Translator into the app. Besides that, we also have other minor changes and improvements as always. The update is rolling out now and should be available on your Android phone if SwiftKey is installed on your phone.
With the integration of the translator, Microsoft aims to provide users a seamless conversation in real-time without having to leave your in-app conversations or having to copy and paste text to translate. If we talk about availability, there are more than 60 languages that can get translated into one another. But there is a catch – all of this works fine as long as you are connected to the Internet. In order to take advantage of the feature while you are offline, you need Microsoft Translator app installed on your Android smartphone. Otherwise, You can access Microsoft Translator at the time you are connected to the Internet.
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