Testimonials

Talking with the Developer of GT4T                   ATA Chronicle MAR/APR

Machine translate just short segments? a question asked by Miriam Hurley on proz.com forum
You love keyboard shortcuts? Meet GT4T! by Anja Rütten
Testing out GT4T by Phi Phi
Introduction to CAT tools (Presentation on NETA) by Eduardo Berinstein
Replace terms with Glssary before submitting to MT by Michael Beijer
Discussions at proz.com
SoftPedia Review
User comments at the old GT4T post
Tesing out GT4T, by Alex Eames
GT4T: a useful yet simple translation aid, by Fabrizio Bianchi
Fiberdownload.com review
A very hot discussion on LinkedIn
Blog entry – Sharon Queano
Blog entry – Suyash Suprabh
Reader survey: the best and worst things about your CAT tools (Riccardo’s entry)

  • “With the texts I have done today, the speed improvement of my work went up 100%.”

     Svein Hartwig Djaerff English / German / French / Norwegian translator

  • “R2-D2 Likes GT4T.”

     Jost Zetzsche http://www.internationalwriters.com/toolkit

  • “All I can say
    is that today
    I got 5,864 words out of the way
    (of highly technical stuff)
    I’m immensely happy with CTRL+ALT+K
    and I cannot thank you enough.

    I know it is late for the 5th of December
    but checking for updates I need no longer remember
    Really and truly, I could not be happier
    Though my writing of verses could certainly be snappier!”

     A happy user on Sinterklaas

  • “Thanks mainly to GT4T, my 2018 turnover was €45.000 higher than my 2017 turnover”

     Anonymous

  • “it was something I was waiting for since ages. Even better than I was dreaming of.

     Chiara Faglia

  • “I must say, I have been using this product for a long time now, and every time I’ve had a question or problem, you have responded within minutes. I know you know how valuable that is for us professional translators, so once again, thank you!!!”

     Jim Herbert

  • “I must admit that I get more and more excited about your application as it really helps me with my translation process. Previously, I used the online machine translation at sdl.com which was accessible via my account at SDL. Unfortunately, they have now changed their set-up, so you can only access SDL Language cloud through one of your Trados products, i.e. in my case it is Studio 2015, Studio 2017 and Studio 2019). So before I found your great application, I had to visit various ‘engines’ at various sites to look up different terms. Now I can even look up a whole segment in either Trados Studio, Memsource or even memoQ with a few clicks. That is definitely time-saving, especially if you are working on a very large project.”

     Susan Murphy Lamprecht https://www.murphy-communication.dk/en/home/

  • “My impression is that this is decidedly a very useful tool for translators. It saves a lot of time of searching around the Internet for the meaning of words and syntagms, and it appears that Google sometimes offers surprisingly accurate and even astonishingly good matches for some words/expressions.”

     Mushu Bulgarian/French translator

  • “I like your program, really speeds up translation, excellent work!”

     Kire Dimik English / French / Macedonian / Serbian translator

  • “Dallas (the developer of GT4T) just released an updated version of his VERY cool idea of ‘Fixing MT results using your own Glossaries’, which I am going to try immediately on the rest of my patent for this evening. I think GT4T’s implementation is already way better than either Lilt or SDL’s SDL ‘AdaptiveMT’, which is pretty amazing, but mirrors my experience with CafeTran: one guy manages to produce a CAT tool which is way better than anything produced by companies with millions of euros at their disposal and vast development teams.”

     Michael Joseph Wdowiak Beijer http://cafetran.freshdesk.com/discussions/topics/6000051572

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