If you are a Skype user, you should know that Microsoft recently announced that the real-time translation tool beta compatible with Windows 8.1 computers and tablets allowing you to talk to people face-to-face, while speaking different languages. Although you can’t test it yet, because the translator will start by the end of this year, you can still sign up for a preview here.
Skype’s real time translator tool will also come in a limited list of 12 languages such as: English, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, French, German, Korean, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin) or Chinese (Cantonese), but it might be improved in the next future.
When signing up, your email address will be requested along with a question about the type of device you are currently using. For more information, you can watch this video demo on Youtube launched by Microsoft.
Source: Venture Beatby