Microsoft updated its Swiftkey keyboard today and included Microsoft Translator. This allows for quick translations without actually having to leave conversations or an app to go copy and paste in a separate translator.
Swiftkey and Microsoft say that you can translate from Swiftkey in over 60 languages. You’ll access it through a shortcut on the Swiftkey Toolbar.
You may recall that Google’s Gboard picked up a similar feature in March of last year.
The update to Swiftkey with Microsoft Translator is only on Android for now.
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