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"Rei Línguas": the software 'made in Angola' that can translate national languages

Two young Angolans have created software capable of translating national languages, such as Lingala, Kimbundo, Umbundo, among others. Called "Rei Línguas", the program intends to help in the learning and development of national languages.


The technologist Joel Tiago and the program Isaac Kiangolo are responsible for creating the project. Quoted by Platinaline, Joel Tiago explained that "King Languages" aims to help in the learning and development of national languages, but also intends to unite people.

The young man also considered that with this program, the culture of Angola will also be valued and internationalized: "Through this software, the Portuguese, Brazilians and Chinese will be able to communicate with our indigenous people and vice versa, thus promoting business between them and establishing the valorization of national languages, independence for ethnic or indigenous peoples, cultural internationalization, all resulting in exports, which greatly contributes to the GDP of Angola.

At the moment, the program is in the testing phase and will be made available soon, Platinaline writes.

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