Google adds online Haitian Creole translation

Microsoft made news last week by adding Haitian Creole translation to their Bing online translation tool. Not to be left behind, Google also added an Alpha version of this language to the Google translation tool. I have not seen a mention of this on any of the official Google blogs or anywhere else, so you read it here first! Check on my blog frequently for the latest in translation industry news. 

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3 thoughts on “Google adds online Haitian Creole translation

  1. If it is as bad as all the other Google translators, my Haitian neighbors will laugh me out of town. I for one do not want to use it.

  2. I checked it out and it’s not too bad vocabulary wise. If you’re looking to simple words, you can give it a shot.

  3. TRADIKTE – Haitian Creole (kreyòl ayisyen) Translator has now been released.

    This is the First mobile app using Google’s Haitian Creole Translation technology, and is also the First Haitian Creole Translation widget for Nokia S60 phones.
    You can download it here
    http://www.kiranwaka.com/haititrans/

    The current version supports translation from Creole to English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish