How it Works

Wordly interprets speech from 15 languages simultaneously. You can read along or listen in your preferred language on your own computer or mobile device.

Languages And Platforms Supported

Wordly captures speakers’ words in 15 languages, sends them to the cloud and translates them into 21 languages in real time. Typically translations take less than half a second.
Participants select which language they would like to follow along in.
Wordly works on most modern browsers including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge.
Wordly’s mobile app works in Android and iOS.
Only Wordly hosts require a Wordly account. No download or personal information is required from participants.
To keep expanding your world, we keep supporting more languages. We’ll let you know every time we add a new language.
We currently support translation from: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Dutch, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish.
We translate into all of the above as well as Indonesian (Bhasa), Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Tamil and Vietnamese.


Premium platform partners integrate on the backend delivering audio to Wordly, and on the front end embedding attend into their UI. Standard platform partners have demonstrated either back end or front end integration. Wordly can integrate with almost all platforms to some degree.  Call to find out how we can integrate with your preferred meeting or conferencing platform.

Capturing audio and accessing translation

Speakers’ words can be captured by integrations with meeting and conferencing platforms such as Zoom and WebEx, or Wordly’s page on any laptop, or Wordly’s apps for iOS and Android, or streaming straight to Wordly via RTMPS.  Additional protocols are available for integrations.
Participants can select their preferred language to read translations in real time via attend, integrations with platforms such as Zoom, Glisser, MeetingPlay; or Wordly mobile apps for iOS and Android. Participants can use their personal devices, whether smartphones, tablets or computers.