While we are quite proud of the applications and services that we have built, we are even prouder of the many wonderful applications built by our partners using our extensive set of APIs. In this series, we wish to highlight some of these apps.
Polyglot – an elegant Windows Phone translator application
You might have used the free Translator app on the Windows Phone marketplace, but you should definitely give Polyglot from Very Software a try. With a beautiful interface that works in either orientation and delivering translations on the go – Polyglot is undoubtedly one of the best looking Windows Phone applications in the market.
Kywix Babilia HD – a highly functional application for iPad which offers translation and more
One of the fast growing applications that is well optimized for the larger touchscreen. Integrates with Dropbox for source material, and with Facebook and Twitter for quick sharing of translated content. Check out the various elegant touches – including the capability to translate PDF, learn new vocabulary and tv-out support.
There are many other free and paid applications built using Microsoft Translator APIs - we would love to hear of any others you would like showcased here.
sorry , the persian language is not in your program .
so so sorry
Do you provide any professional software for Translating Thai to English.
My job due business with a lot of Thai manufacturer, supplier ,litigation
etc with Thai country. If you do provide us with this software,we will be please
to buy online from you.
We provide licenses for commercial use of our API. You may send a mail to email@example.com to request a commercial license agreement.
The Microsoft Translator Team
Felicidades, es un Gran Logro tener esta herramienta, ya que en la Investigaciòn de la Universidad son muy Utiles, solo
qe yo no tengo Referencia de una Marca de un Negocio solo lo usaria para apoyo de Paginas Europeas de mi Escuela.
Thanks for your interests in Microsoft Translator.
For the translator Widget, go to: www.microsofttranslator.com/web
You can get the information for Translator Widget for websites.
For API related information, go to: api.microsofttranslator.com
You’ll find lots of useful information there.
If you’re interested in using our API as a commercial entity, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for licensing issues (though I am not sure whether this is relevant to your question here).
Hope that the above information is helpful. Let us know if you have further questions. Thanks. Takako
How many languages are you currently able to translate right now?
We currently support 37 languages. Check our landing page (www.microsofttranslator.com) or go to www.microsofttranslator.com/help for the list of the currently supported languages.
Regards, Takako –Microsoft Translator Team-