When thinking about localizing your iOS app or Mac app, as an app developer you probably start thinking that you should localize your app strings when you are done coding your app; or if it is completed you would start localizing your app code.
Let me assure you that while this is the end goal, it is certainly not the place to start. The point of entry to localize your app must be information that users see when they search for your app, and this is the App Store metadata. You should always start by immediately translating your app’s name or title, description and keywords. This allows for the App Store and search engines to present your app to the users in their native languages and help you capitalize on new users right away even if your actual app is not yet localized.
Take advantage of the App Store’s global audience by translating your app’s metadata for the App Store for each of the countries in which you offer apps. Customers are more likely to read about your app if it’s in their native language. TraductoPro can provide internationalization and localization services for your app.
And you could see your app sales increase almost instantly.