Microsoft adds Translator to Swiftkey Android app, works with 60 languages
Microsoft’s Swiftkey keyboard has just received a big update on Android today. The latest version, which was released for beta users earlier this month comes with Microsoft Translator built-in.
You can access Microsoft Translator right from the toolbar, and translate text into 60 languages without having to leave what you’re doing. This works in any app you’re using on your Android phone, and it also works offline.
Big update today! SwiftKey for #Android has a new integration with Microsoft Translator, giving you real-time, back and forth translation in over 60 languages. Download/update now to try it out! #multilingual #translator #microsoft #swiftkey https://t.co/c6vIaHcCUn pic.twitter.com/DEuOxbljM6
— SwiftKey (@SwiftKey) September 27, 2018
If you have yet to try Swiftkey, this is an AI-powered keyboard that will adapt over type to your way of typing. Microsoft bought the company two years ago, and since then the keyboard has continued to evolve with new features. It will also replace the touch keyboard on Windows 10 starting with the October 2018 update, which is about to roll out to the public next month. You can download Swiftkey from the download kink below, and the beta app is also available on the Google Play Store.Swiftkey, SwiftKey for Android