Android: Microsoft has been hard at work making its Translator app a competent rival for Google Translate. Today, it gets one of the biggest critical features: offline support. The newest version of the Microsoft Translator app can download offline language packs so that you can still translate from one language to another without an internet connection, which still blows my mind. The supported languages include Chinese Simplified, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Vietnamese and English. The update is live on the Play Store now.
Microsoft Translator Adds Offline Translation Support For 11 Languages
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