Alexa, open Translated. How do you say "Where is the station" in Japanese?
Language tools, by language enthusiasts
Our passion for languages has inspired us to design intelligent tools, products, and services that connect the world and make multilingual communication easier. Welcome to Translated Labs, where ideas come to life!
What is TranslatedLABS?
TranslatedLABS is the space where everyone can access our latest projects, from the most advanced language translation technologies, to business productivity tools, to entertainment applications. All tools are ready to be downloaded or used as they are, and most of them can also be accessed via API or on GitHub. Enjoy!
Alexa Translated Skill
Get the voice translation of words and short sentences in 150 languages.
The Translated Skill app for Amazon Alexa smart home devices has been installed by 1.3 million users and has been featured in The New York Times as one of the most fun and useful apps available for Alexa devices.
Meeting Recorder is your personal assistant for meetings. It records and automatically transcribes your meetings, and lets you search for words and phrases within the recordings.Learn more
Whisperer is your discrete interpreter. It is able to understand what a speaker is saying in 150 languages, and reports the translation to you, both within the app and directly in your earphones.Learn more
MyMemory is the professional alternative to Google Translate. It searches for the translation you need within the world's largest database of professionally translated content. This database was created from a collection of publicly available bilingual documents of the European Union and the United Nations, and contains more than 40 billion words.Learn more
Our Open Source Stack
Discover our tools
The Language Identifier automatically detects the language of a written text. Just like all our tools, it can be easily integrated within your website or app with its API.Learn more
Spoken Language Identifier
The Spoken Language Identifier automatically detects the language of a spoken text. You can use it to classify recordings from 1 second to 1 minute.Learn more
This tool automatically extracts, from a written text, the terminology that identifies a specific technical topic.Learn more
What do the words airplane, bird and helicopter have in common? This application searches for semantic relationships in a text by analysing the statistical properties of words.Learn more
Written information, especially on the Internet, must be easy to read and well structured. This application helps you understand if a text is well readable, or if it needs improvement.Learn more
What happens when you translate an English sentence into Japanese, and then again into English, as it was an infinite loop? Well, give it a try! And don't forget to share the funniest results with your friends.Learn more
Translated Love is an original song featuring the most languages in the same track in the history of music. It is also an experiment to show that psychological profiling of internet users and artificial intelligence can be used to promote a message of love and peace.Learn more