Amazon Polly Plugin for WordPress Update – Translate and Vocalize Your Content

Earlier this year I showed you how to Give Your WordPress Blog a Voice with Amazon Polly and walked you through the steps involved in installing, configuring, and using the Amazon Polly for WordPress plugin. Today we are making this plugin even more powerful, adding the ability to translate your content into one or more languages and to produce audio versions of each translation. The translation is implemented using Amazon Translate, a neural machine translation service that is part of our portfolio of machine learning services.
The original version of the plugin works like this:

And the new version works like this:

This version of the plugin supports translation of English-language web content into Spanish, German, French, and Portuguese, with plans to support other languages in the future.
Updating and Configuring the Plugin My earlier post covered the steps involved in launching an Amazon Lightsail instance and setting


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Amazon Translate Now Generally Available

Today we’re excited to make Amazon Translate generally available. Late last year at AWS re:Invent my colleague Tara Walker wrote about a preview of a new AI service, Amazon Translate. Starting today you can access Amazon Translate in US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), and EU (Ireland) with a 2 million character monthly free tier for the first 12 months and $15 per million characters after that. There are a number of new features available in GA: automatic source language inference, Amazon CloudWatch support, and up to 5000 characters in a single TranslateText call. Let’s take a quick look at the service in general availability.
Amazon Translate New Features
Since Tara’s post already covered the basics of the service I want to point out some of the new features of the service released today. Let’s start with a code sample:
import boto3
translate = boto3.client(“translate”)
resp = translate.translate_text(


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