In my last update I had asked about what languages you wanted Microsoft Translator service to support. Thank you for taking the time to respond. We are pleased to announce that last week we added Czech (CSY), Danish (DAN), Greek (ELL), Swedish (SVE) and Thai (THA), taking our language count to a nice round 20.
Here is the complete list as of today:
You will be able to translate between these languages in all Microsoft Translator powered services including Bing Translator, Internet Explorer Accelerator, Office, Widget as well as in our APIs. Feel free to send in your feedback on the new languages via the forum. We do keenly follow your recommendations and requests as we prioritize new languages – so please do keep them coming in the comments section!
So many requests for Ukrainian:)
I often need translate something in Ukrainian, so I subscribe to the opinion.
And Finnish, please.
ukrainian language spoken users will be grateful when add ukrainian translation
Thanks for the feedback on Ukrainian! We are hearing it, and will announce here when it is available.
What about Ukrainian language? Is it good to ignore language of the biggest European country and one of the biggest former USSR republics for many years?
Thanks for Ukrainian language - this is my mother tongue.
Glad to hear, that Ukraian will be added :).
Add Ukrainian translation, please.
A translation for my mother's tongue, Ukrainian, would be much appreciated.
Nowadays about 2 million Ukrainians live in the USA and Canada (I'm one of them). Many of them need to translate to/from Ukrainian. I use paper dictionaries and available online translation tools (they suck!) almost every day in my work here, in the U.S.
Thanks a lot for considering to add Ukrainian language!
Add Ukrainian translation, please!
I need Ukrainian translation! Please add it.
It would be great to have ukrainian translation! :)
Ukrainian, pls, pls, pls! I need Ukrainin!
Friday, November 13, 2009 6:47 AM by Chris Wendt:
thanks for this info. this amount of requests for Ukr. isn't huge. really, it would be great and very useful to work with native language and it looks maybe a little bit distracting when it is omitted. so, please add my voice to all the rest: +1 for UA lang, could we have it added? :)
I'd be very grateful if you added Ukrainian translation