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Microsoft's Bing Translator App Updated for Windows Phone

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Apr 16, 2012, 5:04 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Microsoft today made a new version of its Windows Phone Bing Translator application available in the Marketplace. The new version of the app lets WP7 owners use the camera on their device to take pictures of text and have it translated to their own language. The app can translate speech on the fly between two languages. The application also supports offline translations with the use of language packs that can be downloaded and installed ahead of time. The application, which is free, supports more than 30 languages around the globe.

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Apr 17, 2012, 8:24 AM

How does the Windows Phone app compare to Androids' ?

WP Bing translator app sounds cool but I've only used Androids. Is the WP translator better?
They added some nice upgrades to this app but, I couldn't telly you how it compares to anything on Android. I'm sure the ones on Android are pretty nice but, if you or anyone else are looking to possibly switch to WP7, it's not a bad move. However, I ...
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