Glyph Launches Free Mobile App Localization Program
Glyph Language Services, a Seattle company, has launched a limited time offer to localize mobile games and applications for free. New clients can receive localization and emulator testing services for one Android or iPhone app in one target language.
The offer includes localization of up to 1000 words of content from the UI, source code and distribution portal, plus emulator testing of the localized app and valuable publicity via a mention of the app on Glyphâ€™s blog.
Available target languages, done by qualified translators, include English, Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Latin America), French, Italian, German, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Polish, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Korean or Japanese.
â€œThe offer is a great way for large established games and app development operations to get a feel for Glyphâ€™s expertise in mobile apps and web localization. This is a great niche for our company and we are excited to be a part of the globalization of the platforms,â€ commented Glyph CEO Aaron Schliem.
So, if you are an Android developer who is trying to get more users, getting your applicationÂ professionallyÂ translated for free is a nice offer, even with the limitations and conditions.
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