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