Plantix is a game-changing mobile app for farmers and agricultural workers that helps them diagnose and treat crop diseases, pests, nutrient deficiency problems, and more. There is a global Plantix community, too, in which users can share their knowledge.
Imagine this: you decide to expand your very successful and popular mobile cooking app to other markets across the globe. You want to reach a wider audience and maximize your return on investment. You start by contacting translators and localization experts to ensure your app’s content is accessible to audiences from different countries. But is that enough?
Edtech company Babbel offers a fun and convenient alternative to traditional language lessons with its interactive language learning app and live classes. Writing, reading, listening, and speaking are all integral to Babbel’s curriculum, which has been praised by students and professional critics alike.
Since 2004, KAYAK has been revolutionizing the travel industry. As a metasearch, KAYAK searches other sites to show travelers the information they need to make confident travel decisions. Each year KAYAK processes billions of queries for travel information, helping travelers worldwide find the right flights, hotels, rental cars, and vacation packages.
The translation technology landscape is continually evolving, and it’s quite impressive to see just how many tools are out there right now. Yet, given the sheer number of available platforms, it can be quite daunting and confusing to shop for a solution, and you may be worrying whether you have to spend a fortune to get what you need. The good news is that with a wide variety of tools, comes a wide variety of options — for all budget levels.
Electronic Arts (or EA) is a name that needs little introduction — regardless of whether or not you’re a video game aficionado. EA is the publisher behind some of the best-known and most beloved gaming franchises out there, such as FIFA, Madden NFL, Battlefield and Sims. Chances are that if you have yet to play a game published by EA yourself, your child or someone you’re close to probably has.
When it comes to managing localization from the client side, the tendency is to rely on two main pillars: language support and translation technology. The standard approach in the industry is to assign these key areas to two separate parties, usually outside the organization.
Founded in Munich in 2013, Freeletics is now Europe’s #1 fitness app. Freeletics pairs each user with their own unique AI-powered coach, who creates customized training sessions for athletes of every level.
As you begin to expand your target audience to include speakers of languages other than just English, you may quickly find the road ahead of you is much rockier than you had originally anticipated. But don’t fret: creating impactful, lasting multilingual content is a long game, which requires developing the right strategy.