Translate, Interpret and Earn Money – anywhere, anytime

Before Stepes, translation tools were desktop-based. However, with Stepes’ patent pending mobile translation technology, translators can utilize the advanced mobile application to use the app and earn money –  anywhere and at any time.

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How Does It Work?

Stepes divides large translation text into smaller segments much like text messages. While using Stepes, users will feel as if chatting with a friend while translating each text bubble using the keyboard or voice dictation. With that, Stepes redefines the way we translate.

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Stepes Into Big Translation

Like Big Data, Big Translation will transform the way we communicate.

Uber of Translation

With Stepes, linguists are able to translate anywhere at anytime, allowing them to earn extra money in their spare time on the Stepes Marketplace. They will no longer depend on desktop applications and their skills can be efficiently sourced from anywhere in the world – welcome to Shared Translation.

Uber of Translation

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Improved Translation Efficiency on Mobile

Mobile messaging makes language translation both user friendly and highly efficient.

Improved Translation Efficiency on Mobile

Work With Your Voice

With powerful speech recognition on both iOS and Android devices, translators can finally work using the fastest tool – their voices.

Work With Your Voice

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