Microsoft Translator application adds 9 new languages
Recently, Microsoft announced that it will provide 9 new language support for its translation application. Currently, Microsoft Translator supports 83 languages. The newly added languages include Albanian, Amharic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Khmer, Lao, Burmese, Nepali, etc.
The main feature provided is the text translation function, that is, users can perform mutual conversions within the supported languages.
In addition, based on the strong support provided by Microsoft Translator, Microsoft Bing Translator and Microsoft Office applications can also translate the above-mentioned new languages.
Khmer – Khmer is spoken by about 16 million people. It is the official language of Cambodia as well as a minority language in Thailand and Vietnam.
Lao – The official language of Laos, Lao is spoken by about 30 million people in Laos and in neighboring Thailand and Vietnam.
Myanmar – An estimated 38 million people speak Myanmar in the nation of Myanmar, in neighboring countries, and across the world.
Nepali – Nepali is spoken by about 16 million people in Nepal, Bhutan, India, Myanmar and across the world.
Armenian – Armenian is spoken by about 7 million people worldwide. It is the official language of the country of Armenia, but is widespread throughout central and southwest Asia and eastern Europe. There are also significant populations of Armenian speakers in eastern Canada and the western United States.
Azerbaijani – Azerbaijani is a Turkic language spoken by approximately 23 million people in Azerbaijan, northern Iran, and eastern Turkey.
Amharic – Amharic is spoken in Ethiopia and the southern tip of the middle east in. It is a Semitic language related to Arabic and Hebrew and is spoken by about 22 million people worldwide.
Tigrinya – The Tigrinya language, native to Eritrea and northern Ethiopia, is spoken by nearly 11 million people worldwide.
Albanian – Albanian is spoken by about 8 million people in Albania, surrounding countries in the Balkan region of southeast Europe, and around the world. It is an Indo-European language that is not related to any other modern language.
The Microsoft Translator service currently covers all platforms. You can either use the web version of Microsoft Translator on the web page or download and install the mobile version of Microsoft Translator.
The web version supports all operating systems and browsers for online access, and the client version supports Windows 10, iOS, and Android operating systems.
In addition, Microsoft’s translation service has been integrated into the Microsoft Bing Translator Service, and Microsoft Office has also built-in Microsoft Translation Service.