Translator.am, launched in 2009, is updating its information on a regular basis. Currently the website provides 12 services, including translation from Western to Eastern Armenian and vise versa. Also, it includes a multi-lingual explanatory dictionary.
“As of today, more than 1,000 people from Armenia and Diaspora use the services of the website,” said Edward Manukyan, Director of the Internet Center for Armenian Studies. He added that unlike the Google Translator, it provides semantic translation.
The center aims to contribute to the preservation of the Armenian language its study, to make the foreign-language information available in Armenian.