This program lets you translate PDF files automatically while maintaining their format and structure. At least that is what the developer says about it. It is not true in all cases, as I'll explain it later.
The program has a very simple interface anyone can understand. You only need to select the document or folder that you want to translate, choose the source and target languages, and click on the Translate button. The program will proceed to automatic translation of the document.
As I've said earlier, the developer claims that the program will maintain the format of the original file. This was true in one of the documents I've tested, but in the rest, the program only showed the final file in .TXT format. It was not very useful.
As far as I could see through the very limited amount of pages that the free version allows for translating, the program's accuracy is quite average. In this case, some free online translation services would do a better job.
The free version of the program only allows you to translate 3 pages at a time up to the total of 15, which is a very limited quantity and is not enough to fully test the program. After that, the program is completely useless. Also, the output file shows a watermark. There is the Pro version that supports translating up to 4000 pages, and there is also the Standard version that lets you translate up to 400 pages. They are cost-based and their prices range from $44.37 to $170.64. Not very affodable, indeed.
- Easy to use
- Many language pairs
- The free version only allows you to translate up to 15 pages, which is not enough to fully test the program