Microsoft’s translator app for Windows Phone allows users to translate from one language to another, via a number of different means, and has proven to be reasonably popular with users. But Microsoft has been working consistently to improve the app since its initial release. Currently, a major new update is on the way, and Windows Blog Italia managed to grab a few screenshots of the improved app.
The latest update seems to bring with it a refreshed design, abandoning some elements of the old interface. The old pivot has been removed and replaced with a static screen, also included is the ability to add translations to a list of favorites, allowing for quick repeat access. The screen for selecting the translation has also been unified, making the whole experience a little more intuitive.
Do you use the Translator app on Windows Phone? Let us know in the comments below. You can also check out the screenshots below.
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