Easy Translator
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Easy Translator employs the power of Internet machine language-translation engines, and enables you to easily translate Web contents, letters, chat, and emails between 81 major international languages.
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Version 9.1.0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Intel, OS X 10.4 or later

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Bdkennedy1 commented on 02 Jan 2013
Or you can just use the Translate widget in OS X which is FREE or the iGoogle widget which is FREE or go here which is FREE.

[Version 7.0.5]



Almar reviewed on 14 Dec 2012
I can't believe, $118.00!
[Version 7.0.3]



Neartheredrocks reviewed on 03 Dec 2012
I'm kind of shocked that Macupdate gives such a piece of software - which actually should be considered malware - a stage.

This software is nothing but a "mini browser", using Google's and Bing's translation engines. One needs to be online in order to use it which makes it idiotic to use it because one could also use the respective pages of Google and Bing directly.

Moreover, Macupdate lists Lmhsoft as the "develeoper" which is simply wrong. The "developer" of this crap is an anonymous entity by the name acetools.net.
[Version 7.0.2]


Fishscale commented on 26 Nov 2012
Over $100 for an app that simply uses bing/microsoft's online translator. This app is only a frontend to: http://www.bing.com/translator/

As for the comment below that warns the app only works when connected to the net… this is why.
[Version 7.0.0]



Dejmac reviewed on 16 Jul 2012
Pros: Easy Translator is perfectly OK for what it offers. I consider it as a good start for translation. just as starting information of what has been written in some other language. Instead of going each time to internet for Google translator, this one you have all the time with you (laptop, desktop).
Cons: After that anyone can use more serious translation engines (like NeuroTran and such) but they are way expensive for just one combination of two languages. And, by the way, ET doesn't work if you are not connected to internet!
[Version 6.3.9]



Dhgabriel reviewed on 28 Feb 2012
Extremely poor value for money, sadly. Appears to offer nothing that Google itself cannot provide.

What's more, I'm reluctant to give money to a company that declines to display any physical address on its website. A "whois" search on the domain provides only apparently misleading information: the address is simply "Atlanta" and the listed fax-number is "5555555555", for instance.

Let the buyer beware.
[Version 6.3.0]


Jimblue commented on 17 Jan 2012
this makes the little widget,Translation, apple throws in for free seem all the more valuable. apple’s Translation does a pretty good job at translating ~10 of the most common languages. google translate translates ~70 languages -- http://translate.google.com/. there is also a toolbar button for safari called Translate (it's excellent) from side tree software which uses google translate to translate web pages on the fly which can be found at the safari extensions page. similar extensions/add-ons can be found for any browser that does extentions/add-ons. also, there's quite a few translation apps for under $10.00 US at the app store -- many under $2.00 US.

i haven't tried Easy Translator but it must be the best of its kind for the asking price -- maybe for professional use. just wanted to list some free/inexpensive alternatives if your life doesn’t depend on getting it exactly right. you know — if your “chatting” with your Thai “girlfriend.”
[Version 6.2.8]


Anon-Bud commented on 26 Sep 2011
So yesterday I needed to translate something into Russian for a friend of mine. I went to Google Translate, entering the english text and got immediate translation into perfect Russian.

That cost me nothing.

Why would I [or anyone else, for that matter] spend $80 instead?

Translate me "confused"
[Version 6.2.0]


Pfoomer commented on 06 Aug 2011
There used to be a Windows product called EasyTranslator, by a company called Transparent which appears to be no longer marketed.

Not sure if this person has the legal title to the name, but the screen shot looks similar to the Windows software.
[Version 5.4.7]


Wakayama commented on 14 Feb 2011
here, if you're online anyways, try this.


you can upload a full document and it will translate it. For free.

How do I give this app -5 stars?

I'm giving it 1, just so I can post this, and save people money from buying crud
[Version 5.4.3]

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Leonledragon rated on 09 Mar 2014

[Version 9.0.1]

Matilda rated on 04 Dec 2012

[Version 7.0.2]


Mark B. Anstendig rated on 06 Oct 2012

[Version 6.5.0]


Mark B. Anstendig rated on 16 Jul 2012

[Version 6.3.9]


Almar rated on 20 May 2012

[Version 6.3.6]

Version Downloads:13
Type:Education : Language
Date:18 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $89.95
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Easy Translator employs the power of Internet machine language-translation engines, and enables you to easily translate Web contents, letters, chat, and emails between 81 major international languages.

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