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  • No more dodgy Google Translations
  • No more dodgy Google Translations
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No more dodgy Google Translations

“She shot the car will go” - Google Translate often returns some pretty odd results. English is the most popular language on the web, but even that accounts for only 30%, so Wovn uses a single line of code to better translate web pages to ensure a global reach.

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