Introduction to Localize

An Introduction to Localize

Localize provides you with a fast and easy way to translate your applications including your website.

Our tools and workflow are designed to automate the localization process saving you significant development time; so you can focus on your core business and products while introducing yourself to new markets!

Why you should Localize

56% of consumers say that obtaining information in their own language is more important than price.

72% of consumers spend most or all of their time on applications and websites in their own language.

90% choose a native language website or application when available.

Only 27% of Internet users speak (primarily) English.

How it works

Localize runs on your application by executing a one-line JavaScript snippet. It's one line of code that will change the experience for visitors who want to read your content in their preferred language.

By loading our code to your application, Localize can begin to:

  • Identify text content on your application
  • Replace text in the source language with translated text when available
  • Adapt the text for pluralization and variables
  • Order translations for unrecognized content
  • Help you go global!

The Localize library translates the phrases on your page and sends unrecognized phrases to your Localize dashboard to be translated later. With your Localize dashboard you can:

  • View content and translations
  • Add or remove languages
  • Translate content
  • Order translations (machine or human)
  • And much more

We encourage you to view our Localize Video Walkthrough to get a feel for how the platform works.

Why not give it a try today?

Getting started

Localize allows your visitors to learn more about you and your business in their preferred language. It only takes a few minutes to integrate. Give it a try!

Introduction to Localize

An Introduction to Localize

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