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Android is the in-thing when it comes to operating systems for portable devices, and each day, more than a million Android devices are booted up in the world for the very first time. For developers, Android devices are media through which new users can be reached. But a major obstacle comes in the form of language barriers when the users belong to different language-speaking countries.
To break through these language problems, the App Translation Service was launched. Initially previewed at Google I/O, the service aims at bringing users and software developers closer. Professional app translations – http://Www.foxnews.com/search-results/search?q=translations can be purchased using the Google Play Developer Console. The App Translation Service has been a success thus far, and has gained a lot of repeat customers.
The App Translation Service pilot program has had several participants. The following are a few examples of the success that several developers have experienced through the use of the service:
Zombie Ragdoll developers, in the month of August in 2013, used the service to launch the game in 20 languages simultaneously. Combining local marketing campaigns with the app translation service, they discovered that an astounding 80% install rate was from non-English-speaking users.
SavHi Chat, a dating application, used the app translation service to expand into an additional 13 languages. The user-interface, which was professionally translated, received rave reviews. A staggering install growth of 120% was also noted in the localized markets – http://www.buzzfeed.com/search?q=localized%20markets.
There are a few basic steps involved when it comes to using the App Translation Service effectively. The first would be to read the localization checklist. The Android application Package File or apk hack – http://apkmost.me should be ready to be translated and the target languages should be selected. Choosing the languages might seem a confusing task. But with the help of Google Play, it becomes a lot easier to check the statistics related to the app which helps in pinpointing the areas of the world where it is most used.
One might come a across a country which likes similar apps, or one where a small percentage of people might even use your app. These sorts of countries should be targeted to increase the customer base. The section named ‘Optimization Tips’ should be used to ensure that the graphics, APK and store listing are translated consistently.
The APK section in the Developer Console houses the app translation service, which one can use for starting new translations or manage existing ones. After uploading the file of string resources, the target languages should be selected, following which a professional translation vendor should be chosen. The final step would be to place the order. Communicating well with the translator is essential in ensuring a good result. Once some localization testing is done, the translated app is ready to be published on Google Play.
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