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How to use a translation app for your Chinese-language blog

An English-language translation app is available for the Chinese-speaking audience in India.

It’s called Translation-Kit and it has a built-in dictionary that can translate Chinese words and phrases into English.

Its main advantage over an app like Google Translate is that you can also choose to translate the text into another language for use on the site.

This is useful for Chinese-origin blogs, such as those in China, but it’s also handy for those with non-English speaking audience.

As the name suggests, the app uses a translation engine to read the text and then convert it into English for the reader to read.

This sounds a bit daunting.

There’s a lot of software out there, but translating texts into another medium seems a bit like trying to spell out the words of a textbook in Chinese, or reading in another language on a screen.

You’ll often end up with a translation that’s not as clear as you’d like, especially when it comes to spelling, grammar and punctuation.

It can be a bit frustrating, even for those of us with the most basic knowledge of Chinese, because it’s almost impossible to translate complex words into English without taking away context and context-specific meanings.

A few weeks ago, the Delhi-based Indian startup IFTimes launched its own app called Text to Speak.

The app is similar to translation apps like Translation-kit and WordPerfect, and it also offers a dictionary for Chinese characters.

IFTTimes founder Ravi Prasad has been using the app for about a month now and has been pleasantly surprised with the result.

“In the past few months, IFTime has seen an exponential increase in user activity and downloads, mainly because of the app’s intuitive features,” Prasab said in an email to The Hindu.

“We are now seeing over 1,500 active users per day.

The app offers a great range of features that can be easily customized by users and its very easy to customize the translation, with a simple drag-and-drop interface.

Users can also create their own translators from templates and create their translations from scratch.”

A big benefit of the translation-kit app is that users can use it as a template to translate content that they want into English, which is useful in Chinese-based blogs.

There are two main types of templates, one for Chinese language content, the other for English language content.

Both templates can be imported directly into the app.

While the translation tool is useful to users with limited knowledge of the Chinese language, it also has a huge potential to expand the reach of Chinese-related content on IFTtimes.

“IFTimes is a very popular Chinese-only platform for the content that we provide, so it would be great to expand its reach to more people, especially since IFTs native app is also available in the US and other European countries,” Prasead said.

IFTime also offers free support for users who are not using the translation app, but there’s no way to turn it off.

You can turn off the translation option in Settings, but you can’t disable it.

So, how do you get started with translating?

For one thing, the App-to-English translation is not a native app, which means it needs to be installed in your phone.

This means you’ll need to download and install the translation application and then launch it from the Settings app.

Then, go to your app settings and enable the “Show app settings for apps with Chinese language” setting.

Once this is done, you can enable the Chinese translation in the app settings, as well.

The translations also need to be loaded into the translator app from the IFT Times website.

The only caveat is that the app won’t start translating until the user has completed their task.

After downloading and installing the app, you will then need to create a new profile for the app by selecting the “Profile” tab in the top right corner of the main IFT Terms page.

You need to name the new profile “translator”, and then the translator will be added to the main “Settings” tab of the IITimes website.

Then you’ll be asked to choose whether you want the app to start translating as soon as the user opens it, or wait until the app is finished loading and then start the translation process.

Once you’ve created your translator profile, you need to click on “Set up a new language” and then “Translate English text”.

You can choose between a “native” translation or one that is an improved one.

You may need to set up a time interval between each of these steps to make sure that the new translator can start translating in a timely manner.

Once you’ve set up your translator, you’ll get a notification saying that the translation is ready to start.

You should now be able to see the text you’ve translated on the

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