Is TranslatePress really good multi language translation plugin for WordPress? Please read our comprehensive TranslatePress review.
TranslatePress Pros: you can use it on unlimited websites in Business version. TranslatePress plugin works with Google API translation and Deepl. It support pictures switch. It is very handy if the text is embedded within picture. Recommended by Elementor Page Builder.
TranslatePress Cons: There is no lifetime license.
Review Recup: If you are willing to spend around $199 dollars and have a lot of websites the Business Edition of TranslatePress translation plugin is worth it.
Main features of TranslatePress plugin.
For the review purposes I took some main features from TranslatePress website below. Please refer to the official TranslatePress page here to check the latest features and pricing.
|You can translate the whole page|
Translate what you see. The interface allows you to translate the entire page at once, including output from shortcodes, forms and page builders.
|Navigation Based on Language|
Configure different menu items for different languages.
|Browse As User Role|
Navigate your website just like a particular user role would. Really useful for dynamic content or hidden content that appears for particular users.
Create translator accounts that can translate the website without having to work with the WordPress backend, site builders or metaboxes.
|DeepL Automatic Translation|
Automatically translate your website using the DeepL API.
|Automatic User Language Detection|
First time visitors will be redirected to their preferred language based on their browser settings or IP address.
Add as many languages as you need for your project to go global.
Publish your language only when all your translations are done.
SEO support for page slug, page title, description and facebook and twitter social graph information. The HTML lang attribute is properly set.
Multilingual Sitemap support for all popular SEO plugins (Yoast SEO, Rank Math, AIOSEO , SEOPress).
|Support that gets things solved!|
Never worry about getting stuck with your project.
Time and time again our customers tell us that they love our plugins, but what they never expected was the kind of support that we offer.
This isn’t by chance. We push ourselves to give 100% on every support request we receive.
View your site like the current user (logged in) or like a logged out user. This makes it easy to translate all the content of your website, even dynamic pages like a custom logged in page.
Works out of the box with WooCommerce, custom post types, complex themes and site-builders.
|Customizable Language Switcher|
Extended language switcher includes a floating dropdown that follows the user on every page, a shortcode and menu items you can add to any WordPress menu.
Integrated with Google Translate and DeepL, you can quickly get your content automatically translated and only adjust what’s not perfect.
Translate images directly from the translation interface in when you need to show different images for each language of your website.
Allows you to translate larger blocks of html with a single translation, by joining multiple translation strings into a translation block.
Support for dynamic strings (gettext) added by WordPress, plugins and themes.
Are there any good alternatives to TranslatePress plugin?
There are few alternatives to TranslatePress plugin. The closest one is Prisna Translation plugin. Works very similar. It’s also SEO optimized. Do not have all bells and whistles of TranslatePress but it may be much more cost effective for 1-3 pages. It cost around $50 for use on 1 domain + 5 sub-domains. And it’s a lifetime license! I have a few Prisna licenses and it works good. Thei support usually reply within 24h. Prisna use Google gateway translation which now improved a lot. So you do not have to pay for translation at all if you use it reasonable. At the time of writing Prisna do not support Deepl translation.