NO Worries. GT4T will stay after December 1st

Dear GT4T users,

Many of you have heard of the deprecation of Google Translate API. But please don’t worry about GT4T. It will definitely work after December 1st and all current and future GT4T users do not have to pay extra to Google. In fact I have already started to pay Google.

GT4T has been updated to cope with the Google policy change. Please update to version 4.25 and enjoy the time saved!


Please update your gt4t to version 4.25

Dear GT4T users,

As Google API v1.0 will be out of service starting from December 1st, GT4T has updated to switch to Google API v2.0. I tried to remove all the dependencies on API v1.0 to ensure a smooth transition.

But expect some bump in this transition period! Feel free to contact whenever you need help.



GT4T license price will rise starting from November

Starting from November, 2011, GT4T license prices will double and the no-time-limit licenses will stop selling.
Google Translate is now a paid service and I pay for all the usages by GT4T users, including trial version users.

I have already paid my first alarming bill to Google and I have to raise the price of GT4T licenses to keep the project going.

The price change will not affect current users owning an no-time-limit license.

Set press CTRL or SHIFT twice as the hotkeys!

With GT4T version 4.22, you can select some source text and press CTRL twice quickly as the hot key! I find it much more convenient than the usual CTRL+J. Do try it!

It’s quicker because after your left hand are pressing the CTRL and SHIFT key while your right hand are pressing the LEFT or RIGHT arrow to make a selection, you can immediately hit CTRL button twice again to get the translation and you don’t need to use your right hand to get the J button.

Yes, always use keyboards to make a selection (CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT or RIGHT arrow), not the mouse!

To use the new hot keys, go to Hot Keys -> Redefine and then check the boxes before “Press CTRL twice” and “Press SHIFT twice”

Use Microsoft Terminology (Microsoft Glossaries) with GT4T

Besides Google Dictionary, you can also use Microsoft Terminology (Microsoft Glossaries) with GT4T Dictionary feature. To use Microsoft Terminology:

1. Double click the icon in your system tray to bring out GT4T setup screen.

2. In the “Dictionary Options” section, choose “Microsoft Terminology” as the engine and click OK.

3. Select a term in any application, and press down “CTRL+D” and a pop-up appears where you are typing.

4. To insert a translation to where you are typing, simply press the Space Bar.

How to transfer GT4T license (deprecated)

NOTE: License transfer is replaced by a more convenient “Retrieve License” feature.

Take the following steps to transfer GT4T license from com A to com B:

1. On com A, click the GT4T icon in your system tray and then run license information.
2. Write down the hardware identifier on com A.
2. Click Transfer License and then click “I am transferring OUT…”.
3. Start com B, and run License Information of GT4T.
4. Click Transfer License and then click “I am transferring IN…”.
5. Input the hardware identifier of com A and click OK.

Warning: To simplify the process, license transfer is not password protected. By clicking “I am transferring OUT…”, you are allowing your license to be transferred to any computer by someone who knows your hardware identifier. To cancel the license transfer process, simply run License Information on com A and click “License transfer in process. Click here to cancel.”

GT$T referral program

Welcome to GT$T referral program. You can choose between per download and per sale plans. For the per download plan, you get 0.20 USD for each referred download. If you choose per sale, you will get 40% of the buyer’s payment.

You may also choose to apply for a coupon code that you can share with others. When anyone uses the coupon, he gets 20% off and you get a commission of 30% of his actual payment.

You can start promoting GT4T immediately after application. And you will be able check your revenue real time online.

Please fill the following form and you will receive a welcome email within seconds.

Terms & Conditions:

1. No cheating please.
2. Each party can end the collaboration any time by informing the other party.

First name:

Last name:

Email address:


Paypal or moneybookers account:

Per download Per sale*

*To avoid an obvious loophole, you will need to bring at least two sales in order to get your first payment.

Screen shots in different languages pairs

All translations were made by my language genius friend Svein Hartwig Djaerff! (You see I don’t trust machine translation.)

Translate feature:
German to English

French to English

Icelandic to English

Italian to English

Dutch to English

Swedish to English

Danish to English

Norweigian to English

Dictionary feature
French to English

German to English

Italian to English

Language pairs

Google Translate supports the following languages:

Afrikaans, Albanian, Arabic, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Malay, Maltese, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yiddish

UNLIKE the Google Dictionary website, which only works between English and other languages, the Dictionary feature of GT4T Suite works with ANY combination of following languages:

Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Kannada, Korean, Malayalam, Marathi, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Tamil, Telugu, Thai

Ah, I almost forgot – English!

Language pairs that Google Dictionary supports

The following language pairs are supported by Google Dictionary website. Did you know GT4T works with pairs that even GD website doesn’t support. If GD website supports your source language to English and English to the target language, GT4T then works with your pair. For example, if your pair is German to Italian, you still can use GT4T Suite’s dictionary feature:

Arabic <> English

Bengali <> English

Bulgarian <> English

Chinese (Simplified) dictionary

Chinese (Simplified) <> English

Chinese (Traditional) dictionary

Chinese (Traditional) <> English

Croatian <> English

Czech dictionary

Czech <> English

Dutch dictionary

English <> Arabic

English <> Bengali

English <> Bulgarian

English <> Chinese (Simplified)

English <> Chinese (Traditional)

English <> Croatian

English <> Czech

English <> Finnish

English <> French

English <> German

English <> Greek

English <> Gujarati

English <> Hebrew

English <> Hindi

English <> Italian

English <> Kannada

English <> Korean

English <> Malayalam

English <> Marathi

English <> Portuguese

English <> Russian

English <> Serbian

English <> Spanish

English <> Tamil

English <> Telugu

English <> Thai

Finnish <> English

French <> English

French dictionary

German <> English

German dictionary

Greek <> English

Gujarati <> English

Hebrew <> English

Hindi <> English

Italian <> English

Italian dictionary

Kannada <> English

Korean <> English

Korean dictionary

Malayalam <> English

Marathi <> English

Portuguese <> English

Portuguese dictionary

Russian <> English

Russian dictionary

Serbian <> English

Slovak dictionary

Spanish <> English

Spanish dictionary

Tamil <> English

Telugu <> English

Thai <> English