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DeepL available in USA and Canada!

Unread post by Tim Green » Fri Jun 19, 2020 10:48 am

Good news for all our North American customers: The API license needed to use the DeepL machine translation plugin in Help+Manual and HelpXplain is now also available in the USA for just $5.49 per month.

The license is referred to as DeepL Pro. Here is the DeepL announcement:

https://www.deepl.com/blog/20200504.html

You can order the new DeepL Pro license on this page:

https://www.deepl.com/pro#developer

In addition to the monthly fee there is also a charge for translation volume. However, the amounts here are so generous that it would be difficult to exceed $10 per month in total.
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Re: DeepL available in USA and Canada!

Unread post by Dave Gehman » Fri Jun 19, 2020 10:23 pm

This is most cool. And very timely. So the procedure is for our company to license 1 seat of DeepL Pro API?

It took me a while, but I found the H+M8 help for how to use DeepL in H+M: https://helpandmanual.com/help/gf_inter ... ml?q=deepl

You might want to update the language list there: DeepL now includes Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese in addition to English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, and Polish.

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Re: DeepL available in USA and Canada!

Unread post by Tim Green » Sat Jun 20, 2020 7:04 am

Hi Dave,

Yes, that's correct, provided only one person uses it at any one time. And thanks for the reminder about the additional languages that have now been added. As a professional translator for many years myself I still never cease to be astounded at the quality of the DeepL translations -- sometimes it's almost creepy. And I'm very very glad that I no longer depend on translation for my livelihood! 8)
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