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They should widen their language choices, because they don't have Tagalog, so I can't test it's accuracy. At least Google Translate is more comprehensive in their language selection.

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I find the Bing translator very limited, so I still use the Google one. I would have to agree though that it presents much better results than Google Translate. :)

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They should widen their language choices, because they don't have Tagalog, so I can't test it's accuracy. At least Google Translate is more comprehensive in their language selection.

There is a Filipino translator here. I hope it is of use to you. http://tagalogphrases.com

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I believe Google translation has gotten somewhat better this past year. There are still lots of shortcomings, of course, and I can't exactly pinpoint which parts got better, but I've used it a few times recently and was surprised at how well it performed. It was a pleasant surprise, and I can see how well it probably will improve even more in the next coming years.

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So the Microsoft one is better? Maybe I'll end up using it then. Hopefully it does a much better job going to and from Asian languages than can be said for Google Translate...

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Awesome!  I had no idea Bing even had an online translator, lol. I will surely check it out, I do hope it is better than Google! I have no complains regarding to Google tho, since I'm well aware it's just an online translator, but if there is a chance to have access to a more accurate online translation then hurrah!

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Thanks! I haven't tried that one yet. I'm not sure how much it will help with translating such things as proverbs that have a hidden meaning, but I'm sure it will help when it comes to everyday translation. I have tried google translate but it does not yet translate the language I'm trying to learn. It helps me with my French though (a secondary language I'm trying to learn).

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So far, I haven't really come across any good online translators. I use the google translator to get a general idea of what is being discussed, but I don't count on it. It's always a lot of guess work with google. And the bing translator often makes no sense at all to me, so I have stopped using it. My best way of finding the right translation is a simple online dictionary.

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Thanks for this link to bing. I'm looking for a translator that will give rewarding results. I'll certainly give it a try to see if it tops google.

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I use Google translate fairly often, especially when I'm looking up vocabulary quickly. I don't even bother with translations for most sentences unless I have a good idea of what the sentence means already. I think it will be a long time before translators become extremely accurate.

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There is a Filipino translator here. I hope it is of use to you. http://tagalogphrases.com

I tested a few words, and it seems to do a satisfactory job in the sense that it can translate the very basic thing that you want to say. Like when I typed "Ano pangalan mo?" It  said, "What name". But when I typed "Anong pangalan mo?" It said, "Any name". It should be "What is your name" for both sentences. Oh well, what can you expect from online translators, right?

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