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easy-translator.pngGoogle Translate is a seriously useful tool but it can be annoying having to open a new tab every time you want to translate something. Easy Translator is a convenient desktop client that translates 58 languages and seems to be based on the Google Translate engine although the developers are a little more vague than that claiming that "Easy Translator employs the power of Internet machine language translation engines".

Easy Translator is easy to use. Simply paste the text that you want to translate, select the languages you want to translate to and from, hit Translate and you're done. There aren't many other features apart from standard copy, paste and cut tools but there's a print feature to print translations.

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In test translations, Easy Translator produced the same results as Google Translate. What I really like about this tool is that when you copy the translation and paste it in somewhere else, it doesn't include the original text attached to it, unlike Google Translate.

I suspect that for most languages, Easy Translate uses Google Translate as its main engine. However, it's impossible to verify the accuracy of each translation. It's not clear if there's a text limit either although there doesn't seem to be one. However, the more text you paste, the longer it takes Easy Translator to process it. Note that, unlike Google Translate, there's also no auto-detect language feature for text that's pasted in.

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  • abolfazl taheri |
    24/08/10
    abolfazl taheri

    ok

  • Mel |
    25/08/10
    Mel

    Well, maybe it should be recommended to the Mounties in Canada, they did not fare particularly well with Google Translate http://www.articlesbase.com/international-business-articles/canadian-police-pays-3000-per-day-for-relying-on-google-translate-2994095.html !!!

  • Sebastian |
    07/11/10
    Sebastian

    Their product is a direct, 100% rip off of Google Translate. They're charging $60 for a user interface that does nothing more than send its contents to Google Translate, and print the message received back to the screen. I've contacted Google Legal about this and hopefully they'll take action against these bastards. It would be one thing if their app was free, but charging $60 for the work done by the Google Translate team is despicable.

  • Siddhartha Guha Roy |
    04/09/11
    Siddhartha Guha Roy

    good

  • Sadashiv Padalikar |
    08/06/12
    Sadashiv Padalikar

    Do you have any software to translate English text to MARATHI & viceversa ?

  • yousef |
    10/07/12
    yousef

    This is Wonder-full help

  • hima |
    28/09/12
    hima

    fantastic

  • chanty |
    20/10/12
    chanty

    good application

  • pratik |
    18/07/13
    pratik

    is this software translate hindi and gujarati plz help me friends

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