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First of all: We are NOT expensive. We cost more than a free machine translation. Our customers have one thing in common: they want more for less money. Removing the human translator from the process can help cut costs. But it also comes with added risks for mistakes, misunderstandings and errors. There is always someone willing to work for less who may supply you with low quality work. It is not a good idea to hire the first translator who comes your way, because you might end up paying more and missing your deadline. We also translate into Norwegian on Smartlation Website.
Computer-assisted translation,computer-aided translation or CAT is a form of language translation in which a human translator uses computer hardware to support and facilitate the translation process. Computer-assisted translation is sometimes called machine-assisted, or machine-aided, translation (not to be confused with machine translation).
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Machine translation, sometimes referred to by the abbreviation MT (not to be confused with computer-aided translation, machine-aided human translation (MAHT) or interactive translation) is a sub-field of computational linguistics that investigates the use of software to translate text or speech from one language to another.
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Google Translate is a great service. Our translator has translated numerous famous quotes from English and German into Norwegian. If you are going to translate official "stuff", brochures, ads, apps, programs, official text on web pages, documents you MUST have a trained translator to proofread the Google Translate. Machine translation: Tone, idioms, linguistic nuances and Colloquialisms won't be picked up by machine translations.
Twitter has partnered with Microsoft Translator to provide machine translations of Tweets. For a list of supported languages, see Microsoft Translator below.
Microsoft Translator text API has been used by Microsoft groups since 2007 and is available as an API for customers since 2011. The Microsoft Translator text API is used extensively within Microsoft. It is incorporated across product localization, support, and online communication teams (e.g., Windows blog). This same service is also accessible, at no additional cost, from within familiar Microsoft products such as BingCortanaMicrosoft EdgeOfficeSharePointSkype, and Yammer.
Microsoft Translator can be used in web or client applications on any hardware platform and with any operating system to perform language translation and other language-related operations such as language detection, text to speech, or dictionary.


Any files sent to us for translation is returned in a day or two. They are kept on our server as backup. If You want us to delete them as soon as they are translated we will do so.
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