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Microsoft Announces New Translator App Update for iPhone

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Microsoft Announces New Translator App Update for iPhone 

Microsoft has just released a new update to the official Translator app for iPhone, and this time the company hasn’t necessarily focused on new features, but on refining the performance of the existing ones.

Microsoft has just released a new update to the official Translator app for iPhone, and this time the company hasn’t necessarily focused on new features, but on refining the performance of the existing ones.

As a result, Microsoft Translator for iOS version 3.2.12 features improvements for visual accessibility, with Microsoft explaining that it added additional labeling, localization, and support for screen-readers.

This will certainly come in handy for users with accessibility features enabled on their devices, so the translation process should be greatly enhanced.

Additionally, this new version of Microsoft Translator includes improved support for landscape mode in the conversation feature, translation history, phrasebook, and settings. This means that if you use the app in landscape mode, the Translator app should adapt to your settings much faster and the experience overall should be smoother.More bug fixes under the hoodAnd last but not least, the Translator app is being updated with bug fixes, including a patch for the language selection issue on larger sizes of the Apple Watch. So if you used the Translator app on an Apple Watch, selecting the language should now work correctly regardless of the smartwatch version that you own.

Microsoft Translator is quite a popular app on both Android and iOS, and the rating that it has in both stores speaks for itself. For example, the app has an overall rating of 4.7 points out of a maximum of 5 in the App Store, with nearly 47,000 ratings at the time of writing this article.

The Translator app requires iOS 10 or later, and it supports a wide array of languages, including not only the most popular ones, like English, Spanish, French, and German, but also less widespread languages such as Hungarian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, and Turkish.

You can download the Microsoft Translator app for iOS from the App Store using this link.
 
 
 

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