Translate apps

Translate apps

Apart from a few diehards, almost everyone has a smartphone these days. And what is a smartphone without apps? There’s one for almost everything, and they’re a great way of developing closer ties with customers and marketing your products or services. If you’re thinking of developing one, perhaps to let customers buy your products with their phones, or you already have one, we may be able to help.

Get closer to your customers with an app

If your product or service lends itself to an app, it makes sense to create one. That way, every time a customer takes their phone out of their pocket, they’re looking at you. Who wouldn’t want that?

If your app is to be attractive, the text must be easy to read and the user experience uncomplicated. Our professional editors can make sure that’s the case.

Translating your app can make it even more popular

If your app is getting a constant stream of five-star reviews, you’ve struck gold and it may be time to expand your customer base abroad. If their first language is not English, it may make good business sense to translate your app – and we’d be happy to help.

Our app translation experience

We translate apps for our regular clients on a weekly basis. We translated the Flitsmeister navigation app into Norwegian, Danish, Finnish and Swedish, and the Dott electric scooter rental app into French, Italian, German, and Polish. Because we manage multiple languages for these customers, we can maintain a consistent tone of voice. Thanks to the experience we’ve accumulated in this area over the years, we can also advise you on the best tools and platforms for translating apps.

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If you’re an entrepreneur and want to take the plunge into the foreign market with your app, or just want it thoroughly checked by a professional editor, contact us or fill out a quote request below.

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