Android App Translation
Localizing your Android application - It’s as easy as can be!
When you develop your application and market it to a global audience, you will probably follow Google's Android localization steps . At a certain point you will encounter a file named "strings.xml". This is a string file in XML format that you'll need to place in each locale (such as res/values-en/strings.xml and res/values-es/strings.xml, etc).
Android runs on many devices in many regions. You should internationalize your application so that it supports localization of audio files, numbers, currency, and graphics. We offer a full solution for localizing your app.
Just follow the link below and upload your strings files. You will get a free quote in no time. You might be a first-timer to all this, but we're quite experienced in the Android localization process.
Our experience will help you simplify the localization process. We support various localization technologies, and can help you deal with RTL and LTR issues.
It's also important to note that the length of strings may vary significantly from language to language. This could affect the look of the translated application, reducing the quality of your app’s look and feel. We can assist you in this area as well.
You can also use the form on the right to directly post your translation request.
Quality is our number one concern both in the professional translation scene as well as with the quality of the strings.xml file format.
Interested in translating your Android App?
Use the forms on the right or click here to request a proposal >>.