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Skype Translator now supports Arabic language

The ultimate language barrier Skype Translator now supports Arabic language. The latest update for Skype enabled the Arabic language support on translator and it is now in the supported languages list.

Arabic is the official language of 22 countries. It’s the native language of more than 200 million people residing in a geographical region stretching from Southwest Asia to Northwest Africa. So it is a most needed language in Skype translator. Skype Translator now provides eight spoken languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese (Mandarin), Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian), and, of course, Arabic. This is accompanied by more than 50 written languages.

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Skype team said  :

 ” The Arabic language release is especially important to us, because there is such a diverse Arabic speaking population all over the world. The ability to communicate with someone in their own language has the potential to enhance and build important relationships. For example, younger generations who speak a different language can communicate with extended family; or newly formed and migrating families are able to stay connected with family and friends back home; or educational institutions can tap the vast pool of knowledge between cultures. “

 

 

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