After previewing its real-time translation for Skype over the last six months, Microsoft is reportedly ready to roll out the impressive feature this summer. The firm is planning on introducing the software straight to the existing Skype app for Windows desktop PCs, The Verge reports. Also Read - Windows 11 Sun Valley teased officially with YouTube video ahead of June 24 revealAlso Read - Windows 10 gets an expiry date: Know how long you can use it before Windows 11 is necessity
The news broke with the firm attempting to make Skype Translator available in more languages and offering a preview that’s no longer restricted by an invite. The software currently supports English, Spanish, Italian, and Mandarin, allowing anyone to translate speech real-time through a Skype video call or via instant messaging. Also Read - E3 2021: What is it, entire schedule, how to watch livestream for free, what to expect
Microsoft said that it had seen a 300 percent rise in Skype Translator usage since it removed the invite-only requirement.