Microsoft Translator: Now AI works offline for Android, iOS, with Windows due soon

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Fans of Microsoft’s Translator app no longer need an internet connection to benefit from its neural machine language translations.

Instead of relying solely on cloud processing for the neural machine translations, mobile users can download a handful of language packs through the Microsoft Translator apps for iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire.

The Android app with language packs is available now, while the iOS app should be available after April 21, because it’s still going through Apple’s app review process. Support is coming for Windows devices soon, according to Microsoft.

Microsoft says it previously supported offline AI translations…

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