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Tool for Devs: Make Your App Multilanguage
XDA member FRANQ_23_PL presents a method to translate your application into any language. This tool is intended for developers working with new applications, and perhaps some of them already have another way to translate, but what is interesting of this in particular is the ease with which it is done, as the site has a friendly UI.
The developer worked with this site at “Buddycloud” project and states how easy it is to learn to manage it.
Well, here we leave you with another option on translating applications, let´s see what developers think about it.
Originally posted by FRANQ_23_PL
[TO ALL APP DEVELOPERS] How make your app multilanguage – 99translations
Hi XDA Developers!
I wanna present all of you very usefull site.
With this site you can have your app in many languages very, very easy.
This is 99translations:
Only that you must to do, is create a project named like your app, and include all phrases from your app.
A volunteer (or with some cash, everyone can set how much want in $ for translate one word in profile)
from other countries can open your project and translate phrases to own language.
I worked (for free) with this site at “Buddycloud” project – a Symbian social app (mix of Twitter and iRC)
You can find more information in the application thread.
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