English to Arabic
Why use our English to Arabic
Local Arabic translators
Easy project management
English to Arabic Translation Rates
Why should I invest in
Arabic translation services?
With 422 million Arabic speakers worldwide – 292 of them speaking some form of the language as their mother tongue – it’s actually the fifth most spoken language on the planet. So, if you’re looking to expand your reach – whether it be YouTube videos, a blog, or a business selling goods or services, translating your content from English to Arabic is a great way to instantly communicate with a wider audience. Not to mention, many major cities in Middle Eastern countries are becoming hubs for international commerce, making it a great market to expand your business.
However, not all Arabic speakers communicate the same way. There are 25 countries in which Arabic is an official language, all of which are located in the Middle East, Africa, and Western or Central Asia. Geographically, modern Arabic varieties are classified into five main groups. Though most people who speak Arabic will learn to read and write in Modern Standard Arabic, the variety they speak will fall into one of those five geographical groups. The language can be broken down further by areas or villages, with about 30 different varieties of Arabic actually being spoken today. This means that the Arabic translator you’ll use should depend on who your target audience is, and should be someone who is a native speaker of that same variety of the language.
No matter who your target audience is, BLEND has native translators ready to help you out.
What can I translate?
Have a more complex Arabic localization project?Contact Sales
How it works
translation project today.
Open a project with the BLEND Express Wizard.
The Wizard will find the best Arabic translator to fit your needs.
Get your translation fast.
Meet our Arabic Translators
Arabic Translation Services FAQ
We do our best to complete all translations in 1-2 business days. A more accurate time estimate based on your word count, language pair, and required expertise will be visible at checkout. If you need your project faster than the time we calculate for you, you can select the “Urgent Delivery” option at checkout or contact customer support to speed things up.
There are 25 countries that claim Arabic as an official or co-official language: Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Israel, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen. And then there are 6 sovereign states in which Arabic is a national language or recognized minority language: Iran, Turkey, Niger, Senegal, Mali, and Cyprus. Even outside of these countries, there are large Arabic-speaking populations everywhere from the United States to China.
All of our Arabic translators have been certified to ensure they provide high-quality and accurate professional online translation services. If you’d like an extra layer of quality assurance, we suggest selecting a payment option that includes proofreading or editing by a second translator.
The answer to this question depends largely on what you’re translating and who your target audience is. If you’re unsure which dialect to choose, please reach out to our support team via chat or email and we will be happy to help.
Of course! We have English to Arabic translators who are experts in law, marketing, gaming, e-learning, and other areas who can work on your project. You can request these experts when opening a translation project.