I am an Apple translator, and it seems like Google Translator is not translating our articles in our language.
The issue is that Google Translators are not allowed to translate our articles into any language other than English.
In my case, I am trying to find articles in the languages of my choice and they are all English-speaking countries, such as the United States.
I am also interested in the translation quality of the article.
As I am not using Google Translated content, I have no way to know what the quality of Google Translations articles are.
Even if I am able to find a translation that is suitable, there are no guarantees that it is in my language, or that it matches my original article.
In short, there is no way for me to know which article I should translate.
For instance, in English, a translation of an article in Russian could be very different from one written in English.
It is possible that the Russian translation of a Google translation article could be the same as the English article.
This is why Google Translatters are not permitted to translate articles in their language into English.
And this is why I am calling on Apple to allow us to translate Apple’s articles into our language, and not Google Translation.
Apple has not responded to my request to allow me to translate their articles.
Google Translate is also not a good solution for a translation problem.
Google TransLator has some pretty strict requirements, such that it can’t give a translation in a way that would give an unfair advantage to a site or user.
So for the most part, the translation is pretty subjective.
Google translators are free to translate whatever they want, and Apple is free to use the Google translation tools that Google provides.
My advice for Apple: Allow me to use Google Translocator and not be afraid to use Apple’s translators when translating my articles.
I don’t want to be on a blacklist, and I certainly won’t be using Apple’s.
UPDATE: Google has responded to the story, saying that it will no longer allow Apple to translate any articles published in their own language, as a result of the controversy.