A drop-in SDK for complete app localization. The Jargon SDK enables their translators to translate your text within the context of the app, resulting in better quality localization. The Jargon Dashboard helps you with sourcing translations, reviewing in context, and publishing translations to your app. You can also use it to import and localize your App Store description, push notifications and any other brand materials you might have. Jargon is free to try with additional price tiers for unlimited users. […]
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An online translation service for apps and websites. OneSky supports several common formats including .strings and App Store descriptions which you can easily upload to their Translation Management Platform. They also offer a drop-in plugin that lets you update your in-app translations over-the-air without the need to resubmit your app to Apple. You can get started with their free Localisation Grader tool that will give you an app description or app UI localization grade and suggestions of what languages to target next. Pricing starts as pay-as-you-go per word and you can pay more for additional services. […]
Localization management service for multiple platforms including iOS and Android. Crowdin provides an online environment that allows you to manage localization files, monitor translation progress, organise proofreading and supervise project participants. You can upload screenshots and comment on translatable contents to provide more context for translators. You can also make the process of sending strings to be localised completely automated with the Crowdin API or command line tool. Crowdin lets you order professional translations or organise crowdsourced translations. […]
Probably the cheapest and simplest to use localization service you can find. You just upload your strings file, paste in your App Store text, select the level of translation for each language and checkout. Automatic translations will be availble within minutes and human translations take between 1-4 days. […]