“With the popularity and viral marketing of web and mobile games, developers need to be able to translate games into multiple languages very quickly"
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (PRWEB) March 04, 2015
Transifex, http://www.transifex.com, a leading Localization Automation Platform (LAP) provider for modern technology companies and open source communities alike, will be demonstrating how game developers can quickly and painlessly translate their web and mobile games into multiple languages at Game Developers Conference 2015 this week.
Transifex is a Localization Automation Platform that powers the process of launching digital products into multiple languages. Built for companies with rapid development cycles, more than 20,000 projects and 200,000 users rely on Transifex's SaaS platform to create a continuous localization workflow, including Atlassian, Coursera, Eventbrite, Kixeye, and Waze.
“With the popularity and viral marketing of web and mobile games, developers need to be able to translate games into multiple languages very quickly,” said Antonio J. Espinosa, COO of Transifex. “Transifex makes it easy for companies like Kixeye, Kogama, StarMaker Interactive, and more make their games available in multiple languages.”
Transifex will be demonstrating its Localization Automation Platform for GDC conference attendees at booth #432 near the IGF Pavillion. Developers can download “A Quick Guide to Localizing Games for Global Markets” at https://www.transifex.com/resources/a-quick-guide-to-localizing-games-for-global-markets/ for tips on how adapt web and mobile games for gamers worldwide.
Transifex is a Localization Automation Platform that powers the process of launching digital products and content into multiple languages. Built for companies with rapid development cycles, Transifex's SaaS platform enables developers to create a continuous localization workflow. Through the Transifex API and Git-like command-line client, developers can ensure that new content is always translated, and the latest translations are included with each release. This means faster time-to-market, less strain on engineering, and a better experience for end users.
Founded in 2009 after being incubated in Google’s Summer of Code, Transifex raised $2.5 million last year in a seed-funding round led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA). The company is at its heart both global and digital—with engineers on two continents and customers in over 30 countries representing 20,000+ projects and 200,000+ users, localizing content in more than 100 languages. Companies including Atlassian, Coursera, Eventbrite, Kixeye, and Waze rely on Transifex to achieve a continuous localization workflow.