EmojiTranslate™ translates texts to Emojis in over a hundred languages.
We power thousands of translations daily for many smiling users around the world. Since it was first launched, EmojiTranslate has appeared in the news, usage has grown as more devices began supporting emojis, input capabilities expanded, and interest in translating full-text to emojis grew. EmojiTranslate relies on a custom-built translation engine that is constantly being updated with new definitions.
In the news: the public love news stories about Emojis, and we're ready to give interviews. If you are in the media, lets talk.
2018-3-9 – EmojiTranslate is now available over a hundred languages and language variants: Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Traditional Chinese (🇭🇰 Hong Kong SAR China), English, English (🌐 World), British English (🇬🇧 United Kingdom), Australian English (🇦🇺 Australia), Canadian English (🇨🇦 Canada), Hindi, Arabic, Malay, Spanish, Spanish (🌎 Latin America), Spanish (🇲🇽 Mexico), Spanish (🇺🇸 United States), Russian, Bangla, Portuguese, Portuguese (🇵🇹 Portugal), French, French (🇨🇦 Canada), Punjabi, German, German (🇨🇭 Switzerland), Japanese, Persian, Swahili, Telugu, Italian, Korean, Tamil, Marathi, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Pashto, Malayalam, Hebrew, Kyrgyz, Thai, Finnish, Amharic, Hungarian, Estonian, Sinhala, Icelandic, Afrikaans, Norwegian Bokmål, Tongan, Khmer, Croatian, Filipino, Slovak, Lithuanian, Romanian, Danish, Serbian, Irish, Azerbaijani, Catalan, Scottish Gaelic, Slovenian, Kazakh, Uzbek, Bosnian, Czech, Nepali, Swedish, Turkish, Latvian, Basque, Serbian, Albanian, Dutch, Polish, Faroese, Assamese, Burmese, Bulgarian, Norwegian Nynorsk, Turkmen, Asturian, Macedonian, Galician, Sindhi, Welsh, Urdu, Mongolian, Kannada, Cantonese, Zulu, Armenian, Lao, Odia, Georgian, Kabyle, Cherokee, Gujarati, Greek, Indonesian, Belarusian, and Ukrainian.
2018-3-5 – We are currently in the process of rolling out support for new languages such as Spanish, French, Russian, and Chinese. Lookout for these and more features in the months to come.
2013 - EmojiTranslate™ was concieved in 2013 as a way to bring a new translation experience to the growing world of emoji.
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