Microsoft has announced that its Skype Ufc 210 En vivo Translator service, which translates conversations via the Skype application in real time, now supports Japanese, which is the tenth language to be translated into and through the famous video service. The company added that the language will now be available on all services Translation from Microsoft, including Microsoft Translator Live.
According to the US site “Mashable”, Skype said through its official blog on the Internet that Japanese was referred to as one of the most difficult language learned by English speakers, so this new addition should be of great benefit to users, especially For those who already use SkypeTranslator for the other nine languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese (Mandarin), Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Arabic and Russian.
To try the Japanese language or any other language supported by Skype Translator, you must login to the Skype Windows Desktop and press the translation button.
It is noteworthy that Google also interested in translation from the Japanese language, launched in January, the application of Word Lens, which helps translate words written on the walls through the smart phone camera.