App Localization using Machine Translation

Machine translation for an initial start can be a very quick way to roughly localize your app, it is still worth getting a native speaker to look over the application to check it. Machine translation is now easier than ever to use with localizationkit.  Step 1 –...

Upgrading to Localization 2.0

You need to login to the new portal. This is done by going to https://www.localizationkit.com/app The when you should be taken to the localization kit app list. You can then click the claim project button in the top left of the screen. This will open the claim project...

Localization 2.0

The long awaited 2.0 release of the LocalizationKit UI. It now has: Secure login and authentication – username and password protected access My Apps Screen – see all apps that you have access to. Project Dashboard – show completion of the project and...

Launch of LocalizationKit Javascript Library

Now you can use Localizationkit with javascript for your nodejs or web pages. Currently it only supports the leverage of the strings within the page, but we are working on the live update and adding strings back to LocalizationKit Services. Also we plan to provide...

SDK 2.0.0 Released – Inline App Localization

To help localize your app even quicker than before we have put in the new localization capabilities of inline editing. This can be done simply by installing the latest version of the SDK and then setting Localization.allowInlineEdit = true before your screen elements...

1.1.0 – switching language live localizing

Localization kit has been improved to make mobile app localizing easy and quick. Localizing is half the battle but changing the app to a new localization on the fly is difficult. This journey can all to often be achieved if a user changes their location in settings...