How does it work?
Send your material for human translation by following the wizard on our home page
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you can print it too!
You can communicate with your translator during and after the translation process.
in your inbox.
the 100+ languages we support.
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- Upload your document/s
- Enter the text in the text box
We support almost all file types, but if you still have doubts simply contact our 24/7 support team for assistance. Once you've uploaded your document, the system will do an automatic word count.
The number of words in a scanned documents or image cannot be counted automatically.
In this case you can either enter the number of words or send us the document to be counted using OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software.
We highly recommend that you provide context by adding a note to the translator. Relevant links, special instructions, or additional information the translator should consider will help in their work process.
For example, a legal translator will have legal background, experience and education, in addition to being a professional translator.
The following screen asks if you require additional proofreading. Additional proofreading is done by a second professional translator, independent of the first.
We recommend adding proofreading for marketing and printed material, website and translations of applications, as well as in cases where you have no one who can re-read the text in the target language.
Your final detailed quote:
If you are a new customer, please provide your name and email, and we will generate a password that will be emailed to you together with your account details.
Once you have registered or entered your account details, you may pay using any credit card or Paypal.
Your project will be launched once we have receive the payment. Our system will allocate the most suitable translator/s to your project. Translators typically start working within one business hour - in their country.
All of our translators are native speakers and most live in their native country, e.g. Japanese translators, are Japanese and live in Japan.