Another 6 Machine Translation Novel Sites
Hey guys, I am back with another six machine translation novel websites for both web novels and light novels. Note that there are both good and bad sites on this list.
Previously, I made a list of Top 5 Machine Translation Sites for Novels. Check the list out, if you haven’t already.
Now Let’s Get Started.
The ratings are based on User Interface (font styles, font size, dark mode, etc.) and the quality of the translations (how legible translations are and if the glossary is used or not.)
Table of Contents 1. WNMTL 2. NovelTranslate 3. MTLReader 4. NovelMao 5. BabelNovel 6. WebNovel My TOP 3
Here are Another 6 Machine Translation Sites for Novels. The list goes from “Barely Readable” to “Readable”.
WNMTL is a site for web novel machine sites with pretty much unreadable translations. This website has a large number of Chinese novels and is characterized by bad navigation and a bad menu. Overall, everything about this site is bad.
Website Link: WNMTL
This site has a variety of Chinese and Korean Novels. NovelTranslate has decent translations. They seem to be using Google Translate for novel translations like MTLnovel, but they accept novel requests for translation from the readers.
MTLReader has a large number of translated novels, including Chinese, Korean, and Japanese novels. MTLReader uses many language translators found online like Google, Bing, and Baidu for translation and accept novel requests. MTLReader uses a glossary too. Overall, the translations of MTLReader are understandable and generally fine.
Finally, a good novel machine translation site with good user interface and translations. NovelMao accepts glossary from the users and adds their own glossary too. They will often updates/remtl novels. For Now, NovelMao seems to only accept Chinese novels for MTL, but these translations are good and readable.
BabelNovel is like an official translation website, only they use machine—instead of human—translations. They have their own AI machine translation software specifically for this. They edit and proofread the translation, therefore producing novels of good quality.
They have hundreds of Chinese web novels and also host original novels. They rarely accept novel request as they first need to get the appropriate license from the official raw source.
You have to pay for reading. Initial chapters may be free but to read entire novels, one has to pay.
Webnovel is the biggest site for Chinese novel translations. They also translate Korean web novels, manhwa, comics, and host original works. They translate novels into English, Filipino, and other languages.
Check out these recommendations for waht to read on Webnovel:
Webnovel translates novels using their own AI machine translation program. For now, The machine translations are FREE, although I am sure they will be charging us in the future.
To find machine translated novels on Webnovel, Go To Browse → Novels → MTL
Translations are proofread, edited and very smooth. However, Webnovel doesn’t accept any requests.
These are 7 Machine Translation Novel sites. The last two sites in particular have good translations, so I would suggest those two for reading MTLed novels.
My Top 3 Machine Translation novel sites are:
For Korean and Japanese Novels, I recommend JPMTL. For Chinese, ComradeMao and NovelMao.
JPMTL also has machine translation for manga/manwha.
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