Microsoft, a multinational company for computer softwares and products, has made it easier to access their newest feature to Skype, the Skype Translator Preview. Now, Microsoft has removed the signing-up requirement so everyone can instantly use the feature right after downloading.

Skype is a world-wide online messaging application that provides video chat and voice calls using today’s devices such as mobile phones, tablets and computers. Providing a translation and transcription service for calls and text messagingis a big improvement for Skype, which gains excellent feedback from early adopters. Skype Translator currently supports four languages namely English, Spanish, Italian and Mandarin; and an additional 50 instant messaging languages.

Last December, Microsoft released Skype Translator to a few numbers of testers and now, they are visualizing more testers with the no sign-up requirement move.  This app makes it easier for Skype users to communicate from other nationalities without concerning language barriers.

Microsoft’s Skype Translator App is only available for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 PC. To download the app, check the Windows Store.

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