How To Get Started With iOS App Translation

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<p>How To Get Started With iOS App Translation</p> <p>App Store Optimization Tools</p> <p>How To Get Started With</p> <p>iOS App Translation</p> <p>If translating your app into a foreign language seems like a </p> <p>daunting task, then the following slides are for you. We will give you resources that can help you translate </p> <p>your app, regardless of your budget or target language. </p> <p>Get more tips: http://blog.sensortower.com</p> <p>Get more tips: http://blog.sensortower.com</p> <p>App Store Optimization Tools</p> <p>First, we will look at translation companies. The first one is Babble-on. They provide app translation services for everything from an entire app, to just specific screens. They also do other translation formats like Ruby and .NET. </p> <p>Get more tips: http://blog.sensortower.com</p> <p>App Store Optimization Tools</p> <p>The next is OneSky. Their cloud-based platform allows you to order translation services, manage your own internal translators or crowdsource your translations.</p> <p>Get more tips: http://blog.sensortower.com</p> <p>App Store Optimization Tools</p> <p>LocTeam has been around since 1990 and specializes in iOS and Mac. They also translate websites and documents.</p> <p>Get more tips: http://blog.sensortower.com</p> <p>App Store Optimization Tools</p> <p>Finally, another translation company that you can check out is ICanLocalize. They oer translation services starting at $0.09 per word.</p> <p>If you have a smaller budget and would prefer to work with </p> <p>individual translators</p> <p>Get more tips: http://blog.sensortower.com</p> <p>Get more tips: http://blog.sensortower.com</p> <p>App Store Optimization Tools</p> <p>Then you want to find individual freelance translators to work with. Sites like Elance and oDesk are good places to start. </p> <p>You can also ask your friends. You may be surprised at what </p> <p>languages they know. One of their friends </p> <p>might also be able to help you.</p> <p>Get more tips: http://blog.sensortower.com</p> <p>For 3 free app translation glossaries, and even more </p> <p>translation resources, check out this blog post:</p> <p>App Translation Resources</p>

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