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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