Microsoft recently updates its text translator application for it to support offline task on android platform last February, and now they just added same feature that is already on iOS version.
Like what is on its Android app, the translation app works in deep learning mode. This means that the more you use the application the more it will adjust and adapt to the user. Behind its function is a neural network, encoded on not just thousands by millions phrases, does it becomes a heavy lifting, and its translations claimed to be “comparable” to premier online translation services.
When the company (Microsoft) launched its offline functionality for its Android platform, it brings a remarkable experience similar to Google’s similar offer on the same platform. But while Google’s translate app, this time Microsoft translation app even translate text on photos, but for iOS it will be available for online connectivity only.
With that situation for Google’s iOS version, it now makes Microsoft’s Translate app first from major company that offer he said functionality, and the first application to use neural network in order to achieve it.
The iOS version of the app supports a total of 43 languages, though you will have to download related libraries before using it offline.