Bing Translator is the official Windows Phone app from Microsoft, which enables you to connect to and utilise the online translation service. Originally released for Windows Phone 7, the app has been continuously bumped to new versions and now we're looking at version 2.7. This is a sizeable update, so let's see what's new after the break.
If you're an avid user of Bing Translator for Windows Phone, here's what you'll have once updated:
- Camera translation for Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Russian and Swedish
- Offline translation for Dutch, Norwegian, Russian and Swedish
- Lamp in camera mode
- Remove history items one by one
The camera translation will be welcomed by those who are at locations that use those languages, while offline translation is perfect should you not currently have data connectivity. The lamp in camera mode is essentially an option to toggle the device LED lights for low-light translation. Finally, history items can now be removed one by one.
Oh, and did we mention you can also translate Klingon? You can download Bing Translator from the Windows Phone Store.