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Microsoft Translator comes to the Apple Watch and Android Wear, other apps updated

Microsoft's Translator app is now available for the Apple Watch and Android Wear, providing a really useful feature to the wearables.

Earlier today, Microsoft launched the Outlook app for Apple Watch but it seems the company has many more apps coming out for wearable devices as Microsoft Translator is now rolling out for Android Wear and Apple Watch on the Google Play Store and Apple iTunes Store respectively.

Using Translator, users get an easy to use app that translates spoken or typed words and phrases in 50 languages within no time. The app allows users to store commonly used translations and settings which sync across devices.

Along with the launch of Translator, Microsoft has also updated other apps including OneDrive and OneNote for Android Wear and Wunderlist for Apple Watch with new features. Users can also expect the Yammer application to launch for Apple Watch in the near future. The Translator app can be downloaded from the links below.

Links: Google Play Store | Apple iTunes Store

Source: Microsoft | Images via Microsoft, Techspot

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