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Locize

Bridging the gap between translation and development
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What is Locize?

It is a modern and affordable localization management solution. It makes your website, app, game or whatever your project is, global, vibrant, and more engaging especially when unleashing the continuous localization capabilities.
Locize is a tool in the Translation Service category of a tech stack.

Who uses Locize?

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Locize's Features

  • Time saving over 60%
  • Continuous Localization Lifecycle
  • Translation Management

Locize Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Locize?
Transifex
Transifex is a cloud-based localization platform built to help you manage the translation and localization of your app, website, video subtitles, and more. It acts as a repository for your content (think GitHub for translation) and includes tools for developers to get that content into Transifex automatically. Transifex also provides translators a web interface to submit translations.
Phrase
Translation management solution for web and mobile applications. Collaborate with your team, find professional translators and stay on top of the process.
Crowdin
Crowdin is a localization management platform with all the features you need for agile localization. Get your app, game, web app, software and on fast and seamlessly translated into more than 300 languages.
OneSky
OneSky provides a powerful cloud-based translation management system (TMS) that streamlines the entire translation management process for mobile apps, websites and documents. OneSky offers professional translation services and application testing solutions in 60+ languages. Over 3,000 companies have used OneSky to expand their global presence.
POEditor
POEditor is a software localization management tool, perfect for collaborative or crowdsourced translation projects. Translate websites, apps, games and more!
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