Sounds like a miracle? Well it pretty much is. Skype has just debuted a new feature which translates your conversations in another language real-time. You read it right.
This new service, called Skype Translator can translate from English to Spanish and vice versa both in video and voice calls. Users can toggle on or of the Translator option when they are about to conduct the call. Then, they can select their contact’s spoken and written language. From that point on, the call will be translated both on your headphones and on chat window.
While real-time spoken translation is only available for English and Spanish, Skype Translator gives you the opportunity to send chat messages in over 40 different languages.
Skype would also like your feedback regarding this brand new service and it’s registering preview users that will help refine Translator. You can see more details on this new project below:
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