|By Marketwired .||
|August 29, 2013 11:29 AM EDT||
VANCOUVER, BC -- (Marketwired) -- 08/29/13 -- Transfluent (www.transfluent.com), the ultimate high-tech solution for language translations in social media, web games and apps, today launched a new development plug-in for Unity, a flexible and high-performance development platform used to make creative and intelligent interactive 3D and 2D experiences. Launching at Unite 2013, Unity's annual gamer developer conference in Vancouver, British Colombia, the new plug-in gives game developers direct access to Transfluent's rapid language localization and translation technology directly from Unity's developer platform.
"Unity's 2M plus developers can easily create games for global markets using Transfluent's language localization capabilities which are now embedded directly into our platform," said Jani Penttinen, Founder and CEO of Transfluent. "Not only will it be easier for developers to target specific languages, the translations can be made rapidly and at the same time they write the code."
Transfluent provides instant, cloud-based translation services in over 80 languages. It localizes content for social media, customer service requests, web application and games globally. Notable users include US President Barack Obama, who used it during election campaign to translate his English Tweets into Spanish. World famous DJ, Paul Oakenfold, is using Transfluent to talk to his fans in Chinese through the social networking site Weibo. The new plug-in not only expands Transfluent's existing partnership with Unity, but also bolsters their presence in the worldwide online gaming markets.
Based in Sunnyvale, CA, Transfluent provides instant, cloud-based translation services in over 80 languages. It localizes content for social media, customer service requests, web application and games globally. Notable users include actor Jared Leto and his band Thirty Seconds to Mars, who use it to reach fans Facebook and Twitter fans in 10 languages. World famous DJ, Paul Oakenfold, is using Transfluent to talk to his fans in Chinese through the social networking site Weibo.
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