Top 12 Online Translators


Online Translators enable automatic translation of words, phrases and texts between tens of different languages
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Google Translate is a free translation service that provides instant translations between dozens of different languages. It can translate words, sentences and web pages between any combination of our supported languages. With Google Translate, we hope to make information universally accessible and useful, regardless of the language in which it’s written.
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Babelfish.com is an free online translator for users to translate phrases and sentences into any language. If you’re not sure how to translate a word or phrase, post it under ‘How do you say..’ and get free help from the Babelfish community. Instantly translate entire web pages, blogs or documents in a single click using our miraculous online translation software.
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Bing Translator is a user facing translation portal provided by Microsoft as part of its Bing services to translate texts or entire web pages into different languages. All translation pairs are powered by the Microsoft Translator statistical machine translation platform and web service, developed by Microsoft Research, as its backend translation software.
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The most popular translator App, completely re-imagined for iOS7. With the new iTranslate you can now translate words, phrases and text in over 80 supported languages. Use voice recognition to type and listen to translations using text-to-speech. Select between different dialects, male and female and even control the speaking rate.
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To keep pace with the growing need for real-time multilingual information SYSTRAN Online Services offer individuals and businesses of all sizes on-demand translation services of Web pages, written texts, or Microsoft Office files.
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Online Translation - Offering hundreds of dictionaries and translation in more than 800 language pairs. Translation by Babylon is a free online version of Babylon's translation software. Translate English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Japanese and more ...
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Free online translation of texts, Web sites and E-mails for English, Portuguese (Brazilian), German, French, Spanish, Italian and Russian languages.
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Samsung S Translator gives you an easy way to quickly translate spoken words or entered text into several languages. S Translator supports Brazilian Portuguese, English (UK), English (US), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, and Spanish.
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Microsoft Translator delivers automatic translation of text into a specified language. It is a state-of-the-art statistical machine translation system translating between any of the supported languages, and powering billions of translations every day. The Microsoft Translator API is available through the Windows Azure Marketplace.
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SayHi Translate is the interpreter in your pocket. Talk to your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad and hear your words back in different languages. Tap your language button, speak into the microphone, and your voice will be instantly translated. Have a conversation with anyone without needing to switch languages. You can also type anytime by simply pressing the keyboard buttons.
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Professional Translations. Translate Free Online. Machine translation is a cost-effective alternative to professional translation. Translate websites, documents, emails, and text into as many as 33 languages instantly.
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Translate is an online translator that provides accurate translations between 75 different languages including English, Spanish, Chinese and more.

Latest news about Online Translators


2018. Microsoft Translator gets offline AI translations



While most translation apps still work when they are offline, they can’t use machine learning algorithms that typically power them. Until now, that was also the case for the Microsoft Translator app on Amazon Fire, Android and iOS, but starting today, the app will actually run a slightly modified neural translation when offline. Microsoft is able to do this on virtually any modern phone and that there is no need for a custom AI chip in them.


2016. Google Translate gets in-app translations on Android, offline mode on iOS



Google launched an update to its Translate apps for iOS and Android. With this new version, the Translate is bringing offline support to iOS. This feature, which comes in pretty handy when you are traveling and don’t know if you will have a reliable connection, was already available on Android. As Google notes, the team worked on making the language package downloads significantly smaller than before (up to 90 percent) and they should now weigh in at about 25 MB. These packages are now available in 52 languages. For Android users, the most important new feature is Tap to Translate. Instead of having to copy and paste text from apps into Translate, you now only have to copy the text and the option to translate will appear (and the translation then shows up as an overlay without having to switch between different apps).




2015. Google Translate app adds 20 more languages



Google is expanding the repertoire of its Translate app to handle more than two dozen different languages. You'll be able to translate to and from English with Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian.  Google also offers a translation feature via its website search results and directly through its Chrome browser. But there's clearly a need for portable, on-the-go translation. The Google Translate app offers three ways to translate text. You can simply type the text you want translated. You can speak the text. Or you can point your mobile device's camera at a sign, book or other object with text on it and watch as that text is automatically translated into the language of your choice. No Internet connection is required, so you can use the visual translation offline.


2015. Translate.com launches enterprise platform



Online translation service Translate.com has launched its enterprise platform, though, which brings together machine translation, human translators and editors to offer more affordable translation services to businesses. The company hopes that this product is able to best its competitors by using a hybrid approach that uses AI and professional translators in combination with an editor. It uses its algorithms to create a first — and rough — translation. Then, the text is split up between a number of professional translators who have all been vetted by the company and they check and edit the machine translation. Then, the company uses a second layer of editors who look at the text as a whole to make sure the translations work together, too.


2015. Google Translate now does real-time voice and written text translation



Google Translate mobile app for Android and iOS just got even smarter. A new update introduces two very spiffy features: real-time voice and sign translation. The app has already offered image-based translation, but now the magic occurs without any delay at all… and — best of all for regular travelers — it works offline. You simply point the camera at the sign that you want translated — ensuring that it is captured fully — and the app will translate it. Real-time voice translation is equally incredible, and can act as an intermediary for two people holding a conversation using different languages. You tap the in-app mic once and starting talking in the foreign tongue first. Then — once the first language has been recognized — tap the mic again and both people can begin talking. The app pulls in text-based translations of both sides of the conversation in real-time, helping overcome the language barrier.


2014. Video: real-time voice translator in Skype


Microsoft's online translation service Bing Translator has long been in the shadow of Google Translate. All innovations (full text translation, mobile support, voice recognition, translation playback) - first appeared in Google Translate, and then were cloned to Bing Translator. But today, Microsoft decided to outdo Google. At the CodeConf conference Satya Nadella demonstrated voice translator in Skype, which (almost) in real-time recognizes phrases in one language and plays them in the other. Thus, people from different countries can communicate using their native languages. However, for while it only supports English and German. Satya says that the working version of this function in Skype with a some other languages will appear before the end of this year.