Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria (PressExposure) August 07, 2009 -- The competitor appeared online a few days ago and was presented by Interlecta. The to English web translator is the "bigger" brother of the side bar translator released by the same developers a week back.
The new page on Interlecta's website is ready and is available for use by the public. The new site feature is called âto English translationâ and includes a list of all the available languages on Interlecta's products, detailed information about the language pairs as well as those which are to be added, but most important of all â a new web translator.
In addition to the side bar that was added a week ago the web translator takes a whole page and provides machine translation in all the language pairs that the company's products support. The page is called âto English translationâ because the main aim of this translator is to show the existing âto Englishâ translations of Interlecta's applications and their quality.
The web translator [http://home.interlecta.com/toenglishtranslation] is a free service that can be used just as other translators and provides high quality translation. Users can copy and paste the translated text and use it to translate emails or any text inside or outside the web and in order for the service to be used, the terms of service must be accepted.
The side bar translator and the web translator on Interlecta's home page are new services but they released a similar tool in October 2008 â Moztrans, a translation add-on for Mozilla Firefox, Thunderbird and Seamonkey. Moztrans does not open in another window or tab and users only select the text they want and the result shows on their screen.
All the users and clients of Interlecta can now regularly receive information for site and product updates by subscribing to the company's blog feeds for which no personal data is needed except a valid email address.