If you're looking to translate something, the most popular alternative is to simply use the main web site. But there are many alternative ways of getting Apertium translations.
- This is the official web site – it serves only the released (stable) versions of language pairs
- This is the official "beta" site – it serves the latest work in all language pairs (so things may work better, but also may have weird bugs). You can also see some linguistic info (morphological analysis/generation)
- Apertium Simpleton UI
- This is an app for Windows and Mac that lets you download the language data and use Apertium offline
Other sites running Apertium:
- https://gtweb.uit.no/mt/ and https://jorgal.uit.no/ are maintained by Norgga árktalaš universitehta and run the latest (unreleased) versions of pairs developed there (Sámi languages, Finnish, Estonian, …)
You can also translate directly from the command line on Linux and Mac (or Windows with WSL). Install the packages and try something like
echo "some words" | apertium eng-cat. This also supports document translation,
apertium -f docx eng-cat input.docx output.docx.
Other user interfaces for Apertium
In various states of repair:
- Apertium-Caffeine – Java app that translates as you type and doesn't require installing anything else (downloads bundled pairs for you)
- Apertium Subtitles – Java app for translating subtitles using your installed language pairs
- Apertium-tinylex – J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) app for mobile devices which looks up dictionary entries (using dictionaries converted to tiny-format)
- Apertium Android – Android (Java) app that downloads bundled pairs for you
- Mitzuli – a more full-featured app for Android.
- Apertium-tolk – Python dbus-based app that translates as you type using your installed language pairs
- Apertium-view – Python dbus-based app that translates as you type using your installed language pairs, showing intermediate stages as well.
- Apertium-viewer – Java app that translates as you type using your installed language pairs, showing intermediate stages as well.
- apertium-xsel – tiny bash script to translate whatever you've selected with your mouse (if it's an URL, it'll download the page, translate it and open the translated HTML). Only requires xsel and zenity (latter installed by default in Ubuntu at least).
- unity-lens-translator – Ubuntu Unity lens that uses Apertium
- Apertium-html-tools – this is the code for apertium.org, a React JS app with fully localisable translation, generation, and analysis interfaces.
- http://aplica.prompsit.com/en/ used to be a web site that translated without requiring js, doesn't seem to work any more?