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LingoHub: Mobile App Translation

LingoHub: Mobile App Translation

Lingohub offers one platform for developers and translators for software localization. With economical pricing plans and the option of trying the platform for free, Lingohub makes it easy to localize mobile or web application with seamless integration into the development process. Here is a quick tutorial on how to use Lingohub for mobile app translations.

1- Go to lingohub.com and sign up for a new account. Click Try it for free.

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2- Sign up with your details. You can alternatively also sign up using your social media accounts, which is time-saving.

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3- You would receive a confirmation message once signed up. Check your email and click the confirmation link

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4- You would now be able to log in and start off by creating a new project.

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5- It is important to create a project, because the app translations work on project basis. You would now be redirected to the different steps of creating a project. Specify your project name and the framework that you can select from the drop down option and click Next: Add Languages »

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6- Now select the Source language and Target language for translations of your application. You can also drop files in order to get started.

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7- You can now invite collaborators or skip this process. By clicking Skip.

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8- In the You are Done! tab, you would now see the project created with the source and target languages. Click Create Project

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9- Once you are in the Dashboard of your profile, you will see the last 30 days translation activities of your projects.

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10- You can get started through two ways, either by uploading the resource file (*.strings), or by importing repositories. Here is how you can do it.

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Lingohub offers features enhancing the translation process such as translation memories, glossaries, and spell-checking as well as automated tools such as word-count, time tracking, and statistics. Furtheremore, Lingohub translation editor supports WYSIWYT (“what you see is what you translate”) to help the user have an idea of the context.

For more information, you can check LingoHub Quick Start Guide for Translators.

 

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