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Translator Text API

Easily conduct automatic text translation with a simple REST API call

Translator Text API

Easily conduct automatic text translation with a simple REST API call

Microsoft Translator Text API is a cloud-based automatic translation (machine translation) service supporting more than 60 languages that reach more than 95% of world's gross domestic product (GDP). Translator can be used to build applications, websites, tools, or any solution requiring multilanguage support.

Extend the reach of your applications

Across mobile, desktop, and web applications, easily power translation to and from more than 60 supported languages for text through the open REST interface of Translator API.

Automatically detect languages

Easily and accurately detect the language of any text string, simplifying development processes and allowing you to quickly send for translation or serve localized content.

Translate real-life conversation

Add text translation to your app, optimized for clear translation of real-life conversations.

Build customized translation systems

Customize your text translations with the Microsoft Translator Hub using previous translations, to build a system reflecting your needs or starting with a dictionary of specific words.

Crowd-source translation improvement

Improve translations by creating a specific user group that provides suggestions and designated approvers who verify inclusion using the Collaborative Translation Framework (CTF).

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