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Google’s paid web translation service for business

After announcing the closure of the popular free Google Translate API by end of this year, Google has now announced the launch of its paid version for businesses interested in integrating it with their web pages. There would be a free version as well for academic users and a Google Website Translator gadget for the rest according to Jeff Chin, the product manager of Google Translate.

The paid version of Google Translate API using the latest machine translation technology would support over 50 languages and 2500 language pairs. Users would have to pay $20 for every million characters of translated text with a limit of 50 million characters per month. This roughly translates to around $0.05 per page of average length. For more information please visit http://www.zdnet.co.uk/blogs/communication-breakdown-10000030/google-launches-paid-web-translation-for-businesses-10024203/.

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