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BabelBerry Helps You Easily Translate Emails with No App

babelberry While there are apps like the free Navita Translator or commercial BBTran for translating on your device there aren’t that many services to help you translate emails without a app. I guess you could open up Google Translate in your browser and copy and paste the email but that is not always ideal.

BabelBerry hopes to step into this gap by letting you translate between 20 languages without an app. You just send an email in English to [email protected] and the reply message will be the translated text in Spanish. They have multiple email addresses for translating between the different languages but its as simple as that.

Translation is available between: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Thai.

The best part is that the service is free for up to 30 translations a month. After that quota you would have to subscribe and pay 6 EUR a month for up to 150 translations a month. Its as simple as that. Check it out at www.babelberry.com for more info and let us know what you think of the service if you use it!

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  1. The translation is done by a machine, hence good for general understanding of text – not for business use. I hope nobody here is going to send a machine translated email to someone of importance to them.
    OneHourTranslation.com has an e-mail translation service called Twitrans. As a client of OHT, you can send email to [email protected] (or any other language from 45 languages selection) and receive it back in a short turnaround after translation by a professional (and human) translator who is a native speaker of the target language.

  2. I use this service on my BB, it works well and is fast. I use it to assist my language learning.

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