Microsoft released an update for Microsoft Translator app for Android. Now the translator application that allows users to translate the article in the photo.
“With the features in the photo interpreter Translator app on Android, users no longer need to type the words in the photos, the book menu and flyer to translate,” Microsoft said.
Features interpreter previous word in this picture is already present on the device Translator app on iOS in February. Through the presence of this feature, the translator belongs to Microsoft more competitive with Google Translate.
Even so, the features translator text on this image will be used to translate the Chinese character (hanzi) simple, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese , Russian, Spanish, and Swedish.
Now various language packages are also available for offline translation, but it relies on artificial intelligence Microsoft, Deep Mind.
The app update also enables Android devices and Android Marshmallow N to translate the text in any application without having to switch applications.
“If you find a phrase foreign languages need translation, highlight, and go to ‘Other Option’ located at point three after the Cut, Copy, and Share. Then, select the ‘Translator’ and you can transliterate into more than 50 languages,” said Microsoft teams.