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IBM is announcing the deprecation of the IBM Watson® Language Translator service for IBM Cloud® in all regions. As of 10 June 2023, the Language Translator tile will be removed from the IBM Cloud Platform for new customers; only existing customers will be able to access the product. As of 10 June 2024, the service will reach its End of Support date. As of 10 December 2024, the service will be withdrawn entirely and will no longer be available to any customers.

Check out the following sample applications to see what you can build with Language Translator.

These systems are for demonstration purposes only and are not intended to process Personal Data. No Personal Data is to be entered into these systems as they may not have the necessary controls in place to meet the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.

Snap and translate text in images (Node.js)

This sample app explains how to create a hybrid mobile app that uses Watson Language Translator and Tesseract OCR. With this sample app you can capture an image, extract the text, and translate that text.

Multilingual Chatbot (Node.js, Python)

This chatbot that is built with Watson Assistant and Cloud Functions adds support for multiple languages with Language Translator.

Real-time translation (Node.js)

By using Node.js and React components, you can create a web app that can be your personal translator. The app uses Watson Speech to Text, Watson Language Translator, and Watson Text to Speech services to transcribe, translate, and synthesize from your microphone to your headphones.

Korean Character Recognition (TensorFlow, Android)

This mobile application uses TensorFlow and Language Translator to recognize and translate handwritten Korean characters.