Microsoft’s Android Browser Can Now Automatically Translate Websites
Microsoft has started testing a new feature in the Android version of its browser, enabling automatic translation when users load a website in a different language than the one configured on the device.
Technically, with this update Microsoft Edge for Android comes in line with other mobile browsers like Google Chrome, which automatically check the website language and compares it with the default one in order to offer instant translations.
With update to beta version 184.108.40.2062, Microsoft Edge gets the same capabilities as well. The translation feature is enabled by default and can be disabled from the settings menu in the browser.
The same new version also includes fixes for Bing.com users who previously did not receive rewards for using the search engine as part of the Microsoft Rewards program, as well as a bunch of other performance improvements to make the app more responsive and faster.
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