Android and iOS applications localization using

Android & iOS strings

What is

  • The developer uploads a phrase file from the code to the platform of the project, in the existing file format (XML / strings), not worrying about format conversion.
  • The manager/developer gives the translator access to the project.
  • The translator makes translations on the platform page, corrects the texts.
  • The developer makes export of the phrase files back to the app code in a suitable file format (XML / strings).
  • Everyone is happy and the project can be released :)

How does it work?

Text auto-translation using Google Translate.




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