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In this article we continue to present three other tools that will help you translate your website.
1. Bablic (bablic.com)
With Bablic, you can choose to translate your website through an automatic translation, you can translate it yourself or you can leave it to professional translators.
Bablic offers translation in any language for any website, you can choose up to 30 languages depending on your rate plan.
You can try it for free for a single language and you do not need to register if you just want to see what your website will look like without publishing it. All you have to do is enter the URL, select the language in which you want to translate the content of your website, the type of selector and the type of translation. In the case of the free method, you can choose between automatic translation or translate it yourself.
If you want to add more languages or integrate the translation on your website, you need to register.
2. CatsCradle 4 (stormdance.net/software/catscradle/overview.htm)
The main advantage of this tool is to capture the original text and format of the translation, so as to preserve the original appearance and HTML code.
Once you have finished translating the text, the program automatically integrates it to your website. With full support for Unicode, you can translate into Chinese, Japanese, Greek, Thai or Cyrillic.
You can use it for free (Spark edition), but it has limited functions. The Pro edition is free for 30 days and then you have to pay a one-time fee.
3. Pairaphrase (pairaphrase.com)
This system will accurately translate the uploaded content using automatic translation, then a human translator checks the translated content and modifies it if necessary.
Because it uses automatic translation for the original content, you will receive the translated content in seconds. Pairaphrase can translate spreadsheets, presentations, PDFs and images.
For the first part of this topic, check out our article: 4 useful tools for translating your website (first part).
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