Mobile & app internationalisation

Mobile and app usage has spiked in recent years, and with over 75% of the world’s population having access to a mobile phone, it is a growing and highly lucrative market. As the use of smartphones in emerging markets such as China and India continues to rapidly increase, there is a clear advantage to localising your mobile and app software and content.

In such a competitive market, businesses often find themselves working to extremely tight deadlines, resulting in poor quality globalization efforts as time to market is prioritised over accurate translations. This ultimately leads to a poor customer mobile or app experience as they struggle to understand and use your software.

Don’t take this risk with your mobile or app! translate plus help some of the largest brands such as Apple with their mobile and app globalisation projects. Our streamlined solution ensures you receive the highest quality whilst our network of linguists can work around the clock to guarantee delivery within short turnaround times.

Our solutions can be tailored to meet your exact requirements and are compatible with the following operating systems:

  • iOS
  • Android
  • Windows Phone
  • BlackBerry
  • Palm
  • Symbian
  • Java
  • Linux
  • Custom OS


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  • Localise both hardware and software-related content
  • Compatible with all operating systems
  • Rigorous QA for highest quality results
  • Tailored solutions
  • Reduce time to market
  • Increased quality and accuracy
  • Achieve a better user experience
  • Reach a wider target market

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