Linguaquote v2.0 launched today

Linguaquote is moving from self-managed translation to a subscription model. Users can pay a flat monthly fee and get all th e translation they need.

This way everything is taken care of for the user and the translation quality remains as high as ever.

We've given the site a fresh lick of paint and are ready to start promoting the new subscription service by blog, video and community building. Watch, read and follow along as we continue to shake up the translation industry.

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