For a company as big as Microsoft, one cant but help appreciate the fact that the company does indeed focus on the finer details of things.
The success of Microsoft can be accredited to the fact that the company has indeed been focusing on the finer details of things, they have been working on every single aspect and take care of minute technicalities.
There is nothing that misses the eye of the Microsoft scanners and the company likes to fine tune everything before it is released.
The massive success of the Windows 10 OS can be completely given to the love for precision that Microsoft has.
The Windows 10 OS that released on July 29th was a worldwide celebration of everything that is Microsoft as the company has set forward the first foot towards a ten year long journey!
A decade’s work has been begun by Microsoft and these are just baby steps towards the future.
Microsoft, with the Windows 10 aims at unifying all their products and the OS in itself has become a ‘service’ for the very first time.
All the users of all Microsoft devices which are compatible to get the upgrade will be getting the Windows 10 Upgrade as a free upgrade and the OS has also been made available to those who don’t have a genuine copy of windows for free of cost!
Microsoft has really been living up to the expectations of the people this time around as the company has been coming out with some amazing updates based on what the people have been demanding off late, and the ‘death’ of Internet Explorer was just the start.
The company has recently launched a translator application, and here’s everything you need to know about it courtesy CNET and ABP:
Microsoft has launched a translator app that can be used on a wide variety of devices and supports 50 different languages.
Google’s Translate app, on the other hand, supports only 27 languages for text and voice conversion.
Available for iOS and Android platforms, the app called Microsoft Translator, supports phones and tablets as well as the Apple Watch and smartwatches that run Android Wear, CNET online reported.
One can type or speak the word or phrase to be translated.
In response, the app shows the translated text on the screen and then speaks it too.
Text can also be copy-pastes from and to other apps for translation.
Microsoft has already been serving up language translation via its Bing website along with apps for its Windows Phone mobile operating system and its Windows 10 desktop software.
With Microsoft Translator, you can speak directly into your watch to get an instant translation in any of the 50 different languages.