TraductoPro was featured today on TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog), one of the leading Apple blogs. An excerpt of this article is below:
Devjuice: TraductoPro offers human-powered localization and translation
TraductoPro offers an app-based translation bureau for developers struggling to internationalize their applications. With it, you can translate Xcode projects and app metadata as well as press releases and other documents.
Importantly, your app does not already need to be set up to use localization macros. The TraductoPro application will scan your Xcode project and import all Objective-C strings it finds.
You review the strings, select the ones to be subject to localization and then update your project to automatically insert macros. For example, if you start with the following code:
After macro insertion, you end up with:
From there, you select from the available languages, add them to your cart and check out. You can choose from Standard (native speaker), Professional (professional translator) and Enterprise services (professional translator plus proofing by a separate translator).
The app alone, which offers Xcode project import and localization macro insertion, costs US$50. Pricing is provided dynamically by the server, and starts at $0.10 a word, and the minimum project cost starts at $10.