The new languages supported for online translation are Croatian, Bosnian, and Serbian, with the latter also picking up camera translation support.
With today's update, Microsoft notes that the number of languages supported by Microsoft Translator is up to a total of 50. Of course, the new languages are also supported elsewhere, as the engine behind the Windows Phone app also performs the heavy lifting for translation in many other Microsoft services such as Bing Translator, Skype Translator, and in Office.
If you have yet to snag the update, you can do so from the store link below. Sretan ažirirajući!
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