Microsoft Translator updated with image recognition on Android

Google went a step ahead and added the ability to translate images in its Translator app a year ago. Additionally, the update is reported to have raised the total number of languages available for download and offline usage to 43. But now Microsoft has updated its popular Translator app for Android so it can decipher images as well. And also the new Hub Keyboard Preview app gives you a quicker way to translate as you type. “The downloadable language packs use Deep Neural Networks, also known as Deep Learning, a state-of-the-art machine learning technology that are able to deliver online-quality translations without an Internet connection”. Back in September, Translate 4.3 introduced system-wide translation using Android 6.0’s new floating text toolbar APIs integration. Technology giant Microsoft has recently updated its translator…

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