languageWebsite: https://lokalise.co/


Founded: 2016
Updated: 31 / 01 / 2020

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error_outline Main Info

Deployment modeldonePublic Cloud

add_circle_outline Additional functionality

LocalizationdoneMobile app updates on air
doneWebsite translation proxy

power Integrations

Public Machine translationDeepL
Online repositories (hotfolder integrations)Amazon S3
Google Drive
Web & SoftwareGithub
Supported file formatsdoneiOS apps (.strings)
doneJavaScript (.json)
doneMadcap (.xml)
doneMicrosoft Office (.doc .docx .xls .xlsx .xlsm .ppt .pptx)
doneMultilingual XML formats (.xml)
donePDF (.pdf)
doneXLIFF (.xlf)
doneYAML language (.yml .yaml)
Translation ProvidersdoneAlconost
doneLanguage Inspired
Other IntegrationsdoneAsana

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info_outline About

Lokalise is an app localization platform. Created by a small company in Riga, it sells to developers first.


  • Web-based project management suite
  • JS-based web editor with TM, QA, TB and integrated MT
  • Over-the-air updates. Proxy-like functionality for mobile apps translation that allows in-Context UI editing
  • API and command line tool for integrations
  • Reporting dashboard
  • Screenshot uploading and string matching
  • A set of connectors including IFFT

Best for

  • Mobile application developers

Lokalise differentiates from other TMS via a strong visual localization functionality and ability to integrate into developer tools. On the other hand, it lacks the complexity of workflow customization needed for supply chain automation, and thus using it as the main tool in multi-step, multi-vendor workflows typical of the localization industry might prove challenging.



Founded by Nick Ustinov and Petr Antropov. As of 2018, 11 people worked in Localise team, including 7 developers. The company told us it supports over 1000 corporate users, including Revolut, Shopify, Arcelor Mittal and BMW.

The main office is based in Latvia, Riga.

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Team Pricing

Lokalise standard pricing is based on platform users (seats), number of translated units (strings) and the size of the userbase of the translated application (monthly active users). A basic plan starts at $50 a month, the most expensive is at $500 a month, or $4800 a year. Enterprise pricing is an extra tier, subject to negotiations.