Lets look back the days in May that Microsoft displayed the first demonstration for Skype Translator, and today they began the beta trail registration to join in the tool’s initial preview (i.e. public beta). The service includes ongoing live speech translation to Skype, both in voice and video conversation, so it doesn’t make a difference that you and your chatting person doesn’t need to be familiar in the same language.
The preview test program will be free, and will from the beginning be constrained to Windows 8.1-powered machines and tablets. Microsoft’s leaving open the entryway for Skype Translator preview support for Windows Phone, older versions of Windows, and OS X, however there’s no surety of the translating support. Despite the fact that we would be shocked if those platforms all didn’t inevitably get Skype Translator support, regardless of the fact that they need to wait for the full release. Also, Skype Translator will be restricted to a some of the languages at the begin of preview, however when joining you’ll get to tell Microsoft which languages you think they ought to trial first (no guarantees your wishes will be conceded).
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