The live translation function implemented in the Skype Communicator has been added to another language. Microsoft engineers have just added Russian support. He joined the other eight languages supported by this popular application.
In the middle of last year, Microsoft introduced a feature called automatic translation to Skype, which is run by someone who speaks a language other than ours. This makes it much more convenient to communicate with people from all over the world, because we no longer have to use a foreign language well enough to understand what they are saying.
Skype has served eight languages during the talks, namely English, Spanish, French, German, Mandarin, Italian and Arabic, but Microsoft has just added another. This time, Russian was added, so that we can easily communicate with friends from across the eastern border.
Of course, if we do not make video calls, but we only communicate by text, then we can talk to people from almost all over the world. In this case, the communicator supports up to 50 different languages at that time.