@SaraSSLMIT: That function is already included in almost any CAT tool, why make a separate app?
1) Use multiple MT engines at the same time.
2) Select use of MT. You can apply MT to a portion of a segment / sentence that you think MT will do well.
3) Automatically correct MT results with your own glossary.
4) Works in all apps in a uniformed manner
5) Save from the mess of having to manage payment and API thingy to MT providers
6) Flexible plans that may save you money. You can choose only pay for your usage. No pricey monthly subscription fees
o What does GT4T do? See this short demo: https://gt4t.net/en/documentation/
o Stand-alone program independent of any CATs or programs; works everywhere you can type
o Allows control of lexicon via dictionary
o Allows for concordance searches within a document
o Allows for selective use of MT
o Draws from multiple sources, including DeepL alternative translations
o Very flexible pricing (can be purchased temporarily for a project)
Other machine translation options
o SDL Trados Adaptive Machine Translation (machine translation engine that is personalized and
learns from your corrections and edits)
o DeepL and DeepL Pro (interactive machine translation)
DeepL Pro is available for character based GT4T license owners with no additional charge. And you don’t have to pay DeepL for that.
Here is the proof that GT4T is using real DeepL Pro:
1. When you press ctrl+win+j for DeepL alternative translations, only one item is returned. (DeepL Pro doesn’t support alternative translation yet)
2. See this screenshot of GT4T DeepL Pro usage for this month.