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  1. The Process of Localizing Apps – Step 1

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    Even though English is the dominant market for apps in the App Store, the growth of iOS, Mac and Android device sales is rapidly expanding in other countries. It is practical to assume that localizing your apps would support users in their native language and create more opportunity to market...
  2. How To Quickly Preview and Test App Localizations

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    Usually you want to check your localizations after your strings have been translated to make sure they are ok and fit well within your interfaces. Until now you would have had to manually go through Settings > General > International > Language and wait for the Simulator or Device to restart....
  3. TraductoPro 1.2.2 is now available for download

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    TraductoPro 1.2.2 – July 12, 2014 Release notes: Bug fixes: Fixed language pair issue that occasionally caused project to not recognize the default language and therefore preventing from adding translation languages to the project dashboard. Click here to Download TraductoPro now!  
  4. Internationalization and Localization at a Glance

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    The App Store is available in over 150 different countries, and internationalizing your app is the first step to reach this global market. Using iTunes Connect, you specify whether your app is available in all territories or specific territories. Then you customize your app for each target market that you...

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