Heads up, all of you who are huge fans of Bing! Microsoft has just made available the Bing Translator app for download over at the Windows store if you are interested. Just what the heck is the Bing Translator app all about anyways? Well, it was specially designed for devices which run on the Windows platform, where translation technology is placed in your hand, where it is capable of translating content instantly to over 40 languages, although I am quite sure that machine translation is not 100% foolproof.
It does not matter whether you are making use of your PC’s camera to deliver video mode translation or typing in a quick phrase, the Bing Translator app would still be able to get the job done. Not only that, it was especially designed from ground up to take advantage of the Windows 8 platform, where the Share charm allows one to quickly translate highlighted text from other apps. If you know that you are going to be offline, fret not – all you need to do is download the language pack, and you’re good to go. You can also check out the Bing Translator app video here.
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