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I've used WordPress for years, and I've been using pretty much all plugins for multilingual websites (Polylang, qTranslate, WPML).
All these implementations have problems, mainly because - I think - add "overhead" to the structure. In fact the engine below them is not multilingual and they "fake" multilingual behaviors.
This often causes problems with other themes and plugins.
Also it is a potential security problem, since a lot of them are not regularly updated.
Also, whichever you pick, you'll not be able to use the official WordPress application (at least the Android version).
I think that WordPress should work toward a creation of a multilingual engine in the core code to solve these problems.