Translating websites with CAT tools is a challenge because the translator works without seeing the particular context. Clarifying ambiguities is cumbersome and time-consuming.
With Bibble, the translation workflow becomes more efficient. The original content is translated in the CAT tool, then it is exported in TMX (translation memory) and fed into the translator’s browser with one click.
Beyond in-context review, this innovation has many other potential uses: for example, it could be used as a website translation tool using on-premise Machine Translation for arbitrary Web content (internet/Intranet sites).
We are looking for Beta testers! Do you have a project to test Bibble with?
[I’d like to try BIBBLE](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Bibble Beta Tester)