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mohammedsilmi opened this Issue Jun 16, 2015 · 6 comments

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salam alkim brother ,

Does the api provide transliteration for all languages

like in english (transliteration)

for example if any espousal guy he download the file he like to read the Quran by his language not just translate
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I will pay some amount if you make that ready in your web site

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Wa salaamu waliakum wr wb

no brother it does not provide yet.

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no brother it does not provide yet.

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Do you still need this feature implemented?

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iBasit commented Feb 17, 2016

Do you still need this feature implemented?

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Ashraf-Ali-aa Feb 18, 2016

@mohammedsilmi @iBasit, I do have a really good transliteration files for the Quran from http://www.quran411.com/ we can use this tool http://mylanguages.org/transliteration.php (it uses google transliteration API) to convert the transliteration to different languages.

@mohammedsilmi @iBasit, I do have a really good transliteration files for the Quran from http://www.quran411.com/ we can use this tool http://mylanguages.org/transliteration.php (it uses google transliteration API) to convert the transliteration to different languages.

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If we ever used transliteration from google, then we would need someone to verify complete Quran, It defo would have lots of errors, like their google translations has errors.

btw We do have english and turkish translation, but if you have more, then please feel free to add on data repo under transliteration with proper meta values

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iBasit commented Feb 18, 2016

If we ever used transliteration from google, then we would need someone to verify complete Quran, It defo would have lots of errors, like their google translations has errors.

btw We do have english and turkish translation, but if you have more, then please feel free to add on data repo under transliteration with proper meta values

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MarvelMoe May 6, 2016

Hello everyone. Two questions: I see we have around 40 languages available on the globalquran site. Are we trying to translate the 6000+ languages in the world? Also, I'm learning Spanish and I see there are two versions of it: cortes and asad. Of the 20 Spanish speaking countries, none of them have a cortes or asad dialect or variety so I'd like to know what is up with that.

Hello everyone. Two questions: I see we have around 40 languages available on the globalquran site. Are we trying to translate the 6000+ languages in the world? Also, I'm learning Spanish and I see there are two versions of it: cortes and asad. Of the 20 Spanish speaking countries, none of them have a cortes or asad dialect or variety so I'd like to know what is up with that.

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