Today, Microsoft brings two-device support to its popular Translator app.
Personally, this is one of my favorite mobile apps, and as a gringo living in Mexico, it’s easily one of my most-used.
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The speech recognition is top-notch, translations are generally good and the speed at which it does this allows you to have conversations in close to real-time with only slight pauses as each party reads the screen.
Until now, the only negative was in the fact that these conversations typically took place with two or more people crowded around a 4 or 5 inch screen. Today, that changes.
Speak into a wearable, and translated text is displayed on a smartphone for your conversation partner to read. They can then speak into your phone’s microphone to have translated text show up on your smartwatch.
➤ Translated Conversations are More Natural than Ever [Microsoft Translator Blog]
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