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Today, we are announcing the in-built QA check tool. It will help your proofreaders do not waste their efforts, guarantee higher quality of translations, and save your manager’s time.
Quickly translate few strings or answer translator’s question on the go - this is where mobile interface is useful most of all. Translation issues and comments, task managements alongside with proofreading are now much easier to handle from your phone.
The new Version Control feature we introduce today can significantly reduce the delay “after development before deploy” that usually agile companies struggle with. Time saving is achieved by letting translators work in parallel to developers. Generally speaking, every string created or modified by developer becomes available to translator almost immediately. Even if there are several teams working on different improvements.
Translations as most important part of your internationalization effort just got more vendor options in Crowdin.
We’ve picked vendors up carefully considering software translation experience and expertise.
Get to know how to:
We’re excited to announce a new integration with a Poedit, the legendary translation tool for Gettext resource files.
This integration makes the collaboration for Poedit users way easier. Now every translator that uses Poedit inside of one project, can synchronize his/her work with Crowdin as a central place that manages translations.
Today, we’re releasing new workflows and translation editor that is much more modern and much easier to use.
Rapid growth of app store popularity becomes a pot of gold for game developers. Now it is so easy to make your games accessible for million of people worldwide, just with one click in app store and its transfer your game to a part of the progressive $26,3 billion global mobile game market (Global Games Market Report Newzoo, 2014).
It was one of the most frequently requested features. From now on, you as a manager can create custom target languages. The usual use cases:
There is indeed a language that is not yet supported by Crowdin, so now you can add it.