Microsoft Updates Translator and Skype on Android and iOS

Microsoft has released updates that are dedicated to two important applications on Android and iOS, Skype and Microsoft Translator (http://www.phonejust.com/dictionary/what-is-microsoft/). Upgrading Skype introduces support for videoconferences from well 25 users, with maximum resolution in FullHD 1080 p. The feature is active in the United States and Europe and will be extended to the rest of the world by the end of the month. Once you start a video conference, you can create a real mosaic with pictures from several conversations at once, as can see from the image posted below. The application also allows you to more easily add new members to the conversation through theintegrated sharing tools on Android and iOS. The update should be available during these hours consulting with links to their respective store places below:
As far as Translator, however, the situation is much especially since the changelog and news are different between the two operating systems. On Android we have the introduction of support for offline translation thanks to download packages in simplified Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.
On iOS, however, we find the translation via OCR which allows to translate texts classified with the camera of your device or by scanning a photo to your camera roll. In this case the languages supported are Chinese simplified, Chinese traditional, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish.