TranslateMe, a Mauritius-based translation service provider, has announced its French to English translation model can now translate English to French, paving the way to develop an API. Additionally, TranslateMe has updated its Android Telegram translator application to v5.1.9.

At the end of January 2019, TranslateMe announced its artificial intelligence (AI) model that instantly translates French to English was ready for public testing. After four days of training the model TranslateMe claims is now complete as the platform can now instantly translate English to French and vice versa.

TranslateMe intends to continue accepting translation suggestions from French users to train the AI algorithm. However, users will need to cumulatively meet a minimum 100,000 sentence quota before TranslateMe approves and implements the recommendations. In the announcement, TranslateMe included an example of the sentence-based translations extracted from its AI model.

Further, TranslateMe stated, “everything is in place now for us to complete a Proof of Concept from start to finish.”

Looking forward, the development team intends to focus on developing an API and internally testing it on its website and Telegram translator application.

App update

On February 6th, TranslateMe updated its Android application to v5.1.9, which includes improvements to the user experience, as well as added support for the Urdu language.

TranslateMe reduced the number of advertisements on the platform, added new application update notifications, and disabled same language selection for improved translation accuracy.

The full announcement can be found at the link below: