Microsoft Translator 4+

Translate 100+ languages

Microsoft Corporation

    • Free



Need to communicate with someone who uses a different language? Microsoft Translator is here to help you break through language barriers and connect with people from around the globe.

Microsoft Translator allows you to translate text, speech, images, and group conversations in over 100 languages - for free. Whether you’re traveling and need help understanding a menu or navigating unfamiliar streets, or you’re trying to communicate with a colleague at work or school, Microsoft Translator has you covered. Download it now and see how it can help you break language barriers, stay on top of group conversations by navigating easily within transcripts via chapters.With an intuitive interface and real-time accurate translations, Microsoft Translator makes it easier to communicate with confidence. Plus, use features like chapters and transcripts to navigate within group conversations to stay on top of the conversation.

Don’t let language barriers hold you back. Download Microsoft Translator now and see how it can help you connect with people from different cultures and backgrounds. With support for over 100 languages (, you’ll be able to communicate with ease no matter where you are in the world.

What’s New

Version 23.3.2

Bug fixes and general improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
162.2K Ratings

162.2K Ratings

#LanguageLearner ,

The best I have found for a large group conversation

I have been using this app for a number of years and it always did an adequate job of bi-directional translation to help me as I learned Spanish. About a month ago I discovered the Group Conversation functionality and it has been a complete game-changer. I teach ESL classes to a diverse audience with five languages present and it initially did not look like it would be possible to have a multi-language class. The Group Conversation allows everyone to hear in their original language as they learn new material and then we can all practice in English. I have been able to use it in four class sessions so far and after working out some initial kinks, it works great. The only thing I would ask for from Microsoft at this point is better written installation and set up procedures. Initial setup with a large class is cumbersome but I am not going to rate this lower than five-stars for that piece. The functionality rocks. Well done.

Update: One feature that has been changed in the new version is the removal of the two buttons in conversation mode, one for each language. It is now only auto-detect. This has not worked as well as having two buttons when it comes to accuracy. I prefer the option for either method, like it used to be.

lugvvkdixkssnz ,

Quality app should charge for it.

I use it to find characters left out of the 2nd addition Collins while translating the other…. Well I will keep that to my self… though it all started with a Websters for 7 dollars ever English speaking person should buy and start at “letter” the problem with the binding in the 2 simpler books is an issue I may need to buy them twice. This app can do much more than the two books. But I enjoy the ancient characters considering the keyboard can distinguish them better. The knew characters are PC but the old characters are better at guiding. This program recognizes both and uses a slightly different font to help recognition of characters one may find on on the street as a business owners personal touch.

One time I was looking up characters in mandarin to see how it was said they surprised me with a addition to it that only a teacher would say.

The attributes of one’s hand weighting may account for the inability to compute a translation for my personal righting but the “cost accountant” probably said hold on that.

El d'maré ,

The Imploding App!!!’

This was my go to translator app, I raved about it, but I just received an update yesterday and it is absolute crap now. It’s not even the same app, everything is COMPLETELY DIFFERENT! It’s not as easy to use now and I can’t copy and paste the translation like I used to. I used to be able to communicate with my friends by copying translated messages and texting them, amazing, but apparently that was too convenient and made way too much sense, so Microsoft, as usual, had to change everything and ruin a great piece of software, and why? Didn’t it take you guys a lot of time and money to build the previous version m? Anyway translations can no longer be copy/pasted now. Too add to the devastation the app used to have a split screen that you could just talk into your phone and it would translate it facing the other person, amazing idea, the best I’d ever seen, but Microsoft being Microsoft, had to change that too. Why?!?! I’m just glad I don’t drive a Microsoft car or the steering wheel would probably change from side to side annually. Just when you learn to use the software they change it. I don’t even know what this company is thinking anymore, not much, apparently. Honestly I think they just F stuff up to look busy and keep their jobs. I’m downloading my new translator app right now. Don’t even bother with this one. It’s a shadow of its former glory.

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