Speak Klingon on your iPhone with Microsoft Translator update

It has been a very good day for those of you who love to translate things into other languages. We previously reported to you earlier today on Microsoft’s new Bilingual dictionary, and now there is even more translation news to report on.

Thanks to an update to the Microsoft Translator app on iOS, you can now speak Klingon on your iPhone. Along with the usual bug fixes, the update also brings the app to version 1.13 overall. In addition, expanded support for Arabic language in conversation mode has also been added because of the update.

With the iOS app you can use your phone, or pair with your smart watch, to engage in conversation without the challenges of a language barrier. The Translator app allows each participant to speak in their own language and be easily understood by everyone in the conversation.

The Microsoft Translator app is powered by cutting-edge technology that’s also used by Office, Bing, Skype, Internet Explorer as well as Microsoft  partners such as Twitter, Yelp, eBay, and WeChat. If you like the sound of this update, go ahead and press that update button now! And, if you’re not running the app, you can still check it out via the download link below.

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