Stepes introduces its first chat-based translation app

Stepes, a global on demand translation platform for businesses and individuals that helps them to get human translation from around the world, has introduced the first chat-based mobile translation app. BusinessWired related that the app enables translators to connect with businesses and deliver high quality and accurate human translation services via a mobile messaging style user interface on a smartphone.

It is an intuitive translation platform that gives people the opportunity to easily translate anytime, anywhere while connected by their smartphone. Stepes has a pool of worldwide 50,000 translators gathered together  by Stepes’ partner site: TermWiki.com. Stepes first separates a big translation project into smaller components and connects projects with the app’s registered translators.

The app is available on both Android and iOS platforms, while the Windows Phone version will be launched in early 2016. To find out more about this new translation app, please see a video presentation here.

Source: BusinessWire.com

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