June 8, 2023

Microsoft Translator will get assist for 13 new African languages

Earlier at the moment Microsoft introduced its including assist for 13 new African languages to Microsoft Translator. Not way back, the app additionally obtained assist for 2 African languages, Zulu and Somali.

In 2021, Microsoft Translator hit the 100-language milestone with 5.6 billion customers. In the present day’s announcement additional builds on this pushing the variety of supported languages to 124. What’s extra, it should assist empower over 335 million African language communities to faucet into their most potential.

Based on Microsoft:

Textual content translation for the 13 new African languages is accessible now within the Microsoft Translator apps, Workplace, and Translator for Bing. Utilizing Translator, a Microsoft Azure Cognitive Service, you may add African languages’ textual content translation to your apps, web sites, workflows, and instruments; or use Translator’s Doc Translation function to translate whole paperwork, or volumes of paperwork, in quite a lot of completely different file codecs preserving their authentic formatting

Sesotho sa Leboa, Luganda, Kinyarwanda, Igbo, chiShona, and Hausa are among the many 13 new African languages that Microsoft Translator now helps. You should definitely head over to Microsoft’s weblog put up to take a look at the total checklist of supported languages.

In associated information, the Translator app for iOS lately obtained a redesign. The replace additionally featured expanded language assist and an upgraded backend for the picture translation function.

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