Yesterday we made a next upgrade of our server which is now hosted on SSD drive. The server response time became shorter even during the peak hours. Our phonetic converters become faster and faster. Yuppi!
We started to add audio recordings in our Chinese Pinyiin Translator. Our goal is to create audio for 14,000 Chinese words, both female and male voices in high-definition format (256 kbps). Today we released the first batch of 4,400 Chinese words (male voice). If you want to support us, please buy a subscription. If we… Continue reading Audio recordings in Chinese Pinyin Translator
Up until recently in our Chinese Pinyin Translator you could choose an option to convert your Chinese text to Jyutping or IPA using Cantonese pronunciation rules. Starting from today if you want to see the Cantonese pronunciation of your Chinese text, you can do so in our Cantonese Jyutping Translator. It has the same functionality… Continue reading Cantonese Jyutping Translator moved to a separate page