Late last year Skype released a preview version of Skype’s live translation feature with hundred of users signing up for the service. And after half a year later, Microsoft finally rolled out the mainstream version of the app for everybody to use.
The tools help in narrowing the barriers between different languages with six voice languages including English, French, German, Italian, Mandarin, Spanish and 50 messaging languages into Skype’s Windows-based app at the moment. Skype with the new live translator is also an intelligent user learning application which improves its vocabulary as more people use them.
Microsoft is rolling out the new feature in the next few weeks and you’ll know that the feature has hit you as you’ll notice a translator icon in your Skype app similar to the one shown in the box below.
For a short quick look with Skype’s new live translator feature please on a Windows-based PC, watch the short video below.