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Publisher: AceTools

OS Support: Win2000, Win7 x32, WinVista, WinXP

License: Trialware

Date added: 15 Nov 2011

Last Update: 14 Nov 2011

Size: 2.2 MB

System Requirements: No special requirements.

Available Translations:

Version History:
Version added on: 03 Feb 2012
Version added on: 29 Dec 2011
Version added on: 25 Nov 2011

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Ace Translator is a simple application that exploits the power of different online translation engines to give you satisfactory results in a myriad of languages.

One of the main features of Ace Translator is the number of languages it supports. Thanks to its work method, you can translate words, phrases and sentences in 64 different languages. Among these languages you’ll find some popular languages like English, Spanish and French, and other less widely used ones, such as Albanian, Croatian and Finnish.

Ace Translator also includes a great option that lets you listen to the pronunciation of the texts you translate. Unfortunately, this feature is not available for all languages and also has a limit of 100 words per translation.

However, these limitations are compensated by the support included for 41 languages, which makes this software a terrific learning tool.

Simple, lightweight and easy to use, Ace Translator is an extremely valuable partner for your daily activities. Be sure to try it.


  • Support for 64 languages
  • Text-to-speech feature for 41 languages
  • Fast translation process
  • Uses few resources


  • Pronunciation not available for some languages
  • Pronunciation limited to 100 words

Limitations of Ace Translator:

  • 14-day trial
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