Skype will now translate Japanese for you in real-time


Microsoft and Skype will now help you converse in real time with Japanese speaker — even if you don’t speak Japanese yourself. Skype announced this week that it was adding Japanese to its real-time translation software, which it introduced in 2014. In its announcement, Skype says: Japan has also become a beloved destination for both tourism and business, and we’re excited for the potential benefit Skype Translator will bring to Japan, the community and our users. In order to use it, click on the globe icon in your chat menu. If you’re using Windows 10, click the Skype translator button…

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