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How to set up and use Skype Translator

By February 23, 2016 One Comment
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Skype Translator has finally been released to the public allowing Windows users to hold voice-to-voice conversations with people who speak a different language and hear it translated in real time. Here is how to set up and use Skype Translator.

According to the Skype team, the software can interpret seven different languages, with French to English translation being the most popular so far. In addition, Skype has also incorporated a text-to-text translator that can translate more than 50 languages.

Skype Translator relies on machine learning, which means that the more the technology is used, the smarter it gets,” the team wrote when the Skype Translator preview first launched.

Language supported by Skype for text-to-text conversation:

Arabic English Hungarian Malay Serbian (Latin) Welsh
Bosnian (Latin) Estonian Indonesian Maltese Slovak Yucatec Maya
Bulgarian Finnish Italian Norwegian Slovenian
Catalan French Japanese Persian Spanish
Chinese Simplified German Kiswahili Polish Swedish
Chinese Traditional Greek Klingon Portuguese Thai
Croatian Haitian Creole Klingon (plqaD) Queretaro Otomi Turkish
Czech Hebrew Korean Romanian Ukrainian
Danish Hindi Latvian Russian Urdu
Dutch Hmong Daw Lithuanian Serbian (Cyrillic) Vietnamese


Language supported by Skype for Voice conversation:

Portuguese (Brazil)

Source: Skype FAQ

How to Use Skype Translator:

1. You must own and use a Windows device or computer

2. Check that you have the latest version of Skype installed

3. Select a contact

4. Select the Globe icon (as seen in the photo).

how to use skype translator

4. Turn the translator on and From the drop-down menu, choose the language for translation.

how to enable skype translator

5. That’s it. You are done.

According to the Skype Translator team, the best way to understand translations is to wear headphones. When speaking, remember to enunciate well, speaking clearly. A video clip released by Microsoft on using Skype Translator can be seen below.

I hope it helps. If you need any help setting up skype and enable the translator, you may contact our support team and get support for FREE.

Source: Skype

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