Unknown Language Checker to Find Out What Language Used for a Text to Translate It
Since we have a vast number of different languages in this world, you’re likely to come across an unknown language sometimes. When you find a sentence or text written in a completely unknown language, unless you find a translator application that can automatically detect the language of the input text, which I haven’t found yet, you won’t be able to translate it. That’s why you should use a language identification tool to check what language is being used, then you can enter the text into a translator application and select which language it should be translated to.
There are 3 online language checkers here that I’d like to let you know. For the language, I translate some English sentences into Spanish with Google Translate, and then I paste the Spanish text into each of these language checkers.
This one automatically attempt to check the language used after you paste some text into the identification box. So, you won’t have to click any button to have it check the language.
The interface isn’t intuitive at all, but it supports more than 70 languages.
This one comes from Xerox and requires at least enter a sentence containing 5 words for it to accurately detect the language used.
For all of these language checkers, the more words you enter, the more accurate the result will be. All of them are free to use and requires no registration.Lijit Search