Microsoft has killed the Translator App for Windows 10

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Microsoft has killed the Translator app for Windows 10. The has been removed from Microsoft Store. The company has confirmed that it will keep offering the app for Android and iPhone. This service will also remain available on the web.

The company decided to remove the Microsoft Translator app back in Match. Microsoft thinks that are other ways to access the translator, so it doesn’t want to keep working on the desktop app.

Microsoft Translator app began as a basic translator app that has evolved to be a powerful translation app with numbers powerful features such as real-time speech interpretation.

People who have already downloaded the app on their system can continue using it. The app work as it used to, but won’t get technical support and updates from the company. If you wish to continue using Microsoft’s translation service, you can use the web app or install the mobile app on your phone.

Do you use Microsoft Translator app? Let me know what’s your view on Microsoft’s decision.

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