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Social media language translation company Transfluent has launched a new development plug-in for Unity.

The Unity development platform features a rendering engine fully integrated with a set of tools and workflows to create 3D content with options for multiplatform publishing; plus thousands of ready-made assets in its Asset Store and a knowledge-sharing community.

The new plug-in gives game developers 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 cloud-based translation services in in over 80 languages. It localizes content for social media, customer service requests, web applications, and games globally. Notable users include US President Barack Obama, who used it during election campaign to translate his English Tweets into Spanish.


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