There are blogs with great contents written in foreign languages which you can’t understand because of these you don’t subscribe to their news feed and you miss all their intresting articles :-(, but today “techribs” will let you know how you can easily translate foreign language RSS feeds to your prefered language with a simple Google script.

Simple Google Script That Lets You Translate Foreign Language RSS Feeds To You Prefered Language

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You might know of some apps that did allow you subscribe for foreign language feeds, then Google Translation API turned into something else (Premium Service) and was paid for, then most oft these apps shud down.

How To Build your own RSS Feed Translation Service
Let’s set off to know how you can build your own feed translation service using Google Scripts, just follow the below step.

Step 1. Click Here and open the Google Script and choose File -> Make a copy so as to create a copy of that feed translation script to your Google Drive.

Step 2. Now replace the following.
*. Line #4 with the source language.
*. Line #7 with prefered language.
*. Line #10 with the RSS feed URL.

Step 3. Now goto File -> Manage Versions and choose Save a new version. Description field can be left blank.

Step 4. Now goto Publish -> Deploy as Web App, under who can access the app you should choose “Anyone, even Anonymous” and click the Deploy button.
You will now be offer a link to the web app by Google Script, which is the url to the translated RSS feed, you can now directly subscribe in Google Reader or any other news reader app like Reeder, Flipboard, etc.

1. Enables you subscribe to any blog with any langage RSS feed and display the content translated to your prefered language.

2. Let’s you offer your blog’s RSS feed is multiple languages and thus reach a wider audience.

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