Skype's live translation feature is open for anyone to use

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Roberto Baldwin
May 12th, 2015
In this article: IM, microsoft, Skype, SkypeTranslator, video
Skype's live translation feature is open for anyone to use

Today Microsoft removed the sign up process required to beta test its Skype Translator app. Now if you want to use the almost real-time translation service, you can just download it without filling out a form. The service closes the communication gap between individuals speaking different languages by transcribing what a person just said or typed for the other party. The app is available for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 preview. If you're interested in chatting folks that speak a language different than your own, the service supports four voice languages -- English, Spanish, Italian and Mandarin -- and 50 languages via IM. So go ahead, make new friends in China and India and start chatting.

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