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What is Pseudo-Localization?

April 17, 2015 Comments

If you have ever been involved with a software or website translation project, pseudo-localization is a process you will be very familiar with. For those unfamiliar with the term, pseudo-localization is a form of QA testing to determine if your files are ready for translation. Quite simply, it's a ...

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Software Translation
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pseudo-localization, localization, software translation, website translation, translation
Android: A World of Language Support

March 17, 2015 1 Comments

In the 9 years since Google acquired Android, it has grown to be the world’s most popular mobile operating system (OS). To achieve this, the Google Android team developed language support features so that Android OS-based phones fully function in the language of the user’s choice....

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Category:
Software Translation
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Android, translation, OS, multilingual, mobile application, mobile application translation
Database Localization

March 12, 2015 Comments

The software globalization process must include database design adjustments in order to enable multilingual capabilities. Managing database globalization requirements in the early phases of enterprise software development is the best approach to achieve strong multilingual software with less time an...

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Category:
Software Translation
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database localization, software globalization, software development, multilingual software
Globalization and Localization: Mobile Applications

February 16, 2015 Comments

A marketing strategy that includes mobile applications has become one of the most important ways to target the worldwide market, as millions of people subscribe to mobile services globally. Implementing an ecommerce strategy, is no longer enough to guarantee customers unless mobile applications are...

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Category:
Software Translation
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Mobile, application, market, globlization, localization, ecommerce
Android Lollipop and Multiple Languages

February 11, 2015 1 Comments

Android, the mobile operating system developed by Google, was released on September 23, 2008. Right out of the gate, Google had ambitious goals for their mobile platform, striving to have as many device activations as there are people on the planet. On September 3, 2013 (just shy of five years later...

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Category:
Software Translation
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Android, Google, Lollipop, Keyboard, Language
Multilanguage support in iOS 8

December 14, 2014 Comments

iOS 8 is the mobile operating system of the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and was released on September 17, 2014. According to the Apple website, iOS 8 is actually the biggest release for developers since the introduction Apple’s App Store. This new version also boasts the smartest keyboard ever. The...

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Category:
Software Translation
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Apple, iOS 8, iPhone, keyboard, language, languages, Arabic, Multiple Languages

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