Skype will translate in real time in 40 languages
By the end of the year communication in Skype can be done through an interpreter software who will translate your words of foreign interlocutor in real time.
The news was announced on the official blog of Microsoft, which owns the server.
A new feature called Skype Translator (Skype translator) will be available for users of Windows 8 version later this year.
So far, the translator supports 40 languages and will be available on all devices.
Microsoft notes that the development of the program took more than 10 years of research and significant investment.
The translator can translate real-time words in text format.
CEO of the technology giant Satya Nadel has demonstrated the functionality of the upcoming technology conference in Rancho Palos California town Verdes.
He spoke with the head of Skype Gurdiyp Pal Singh, who spoke German, a Skype translating in real time from German to English and vice versa.
“Skype Translator opens so many opportunities to make meaningful connections in ways that have never been available in education, diplomacy, multilingual families and businesses,” Pal wrote in the corporate blog of Microsoft.
Skype is a free service for Internet users , which they can exchange instant messages, voice and video calls.
Each month, the program is used by over 300 million people worldwide.