Adding source language text resources, selecting and purchasing translations, and receiving the results were all very easy. The first translation I did was returned in a matter of hours.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 16, 2013
The creator of Popsicolor, an app for the iPhone and iPad that turns images into watercolor and illustrations, submitted a case study on localizing App Store metadata using TraductoPro’s app localization tool. TraductoPro is a Mac app for developers that automates mobile app localization and has built-in human translation services to assist in app localization and app global marketing.
“This localization project was focused on App Store metadata. Internally, the app uses a lot of text in the form of bitmap images, where it takes longer and is more difficult to localize. My challenge with localization and the reason I needed a localization tool is that I am a small developer and do the design, coding and marketing myself,” said John Balestrieri from Tinrocket, LLC, creator of Popsicolor.
In the case study Balestrieri submitted, he stated that he localized his App store metadata in Japanese and the translations came back 100% correct, and said that he would recommend TraductoPro for small developers because it was very easy to use, the translations came back within 24-hours, and the translations were very inexpensive for App Store metadata localization.
“I expect to gain greater app adoption in the foreign markets. My apps are featured worldwide in the App Store by Apple, but I’ve never localized. Adding source language text resources, selecting and purchasing translations, and receiving the results were all very easy. The first translation I did was returned in a matter of hours.”
Balestrieri’s case study represents the goals of the creators of TraductoPro, which is to bring an efficient, quick, inexpensive option for localizing mobile apps and bringing them to the global market. Growth in mobile device usage and mobile downloads is exploding across the world, which makes localization a key strategy in improving app downloads and sales.
About Visual Frames and TraductoPro
Visual Frames LLC is an e-commerce and mobile professional services company dedicated to providing innovative technologies and solutions for businesses worldwide. Traducto was developed by Visual Frames, along with a very talented team of developers and translators. Together, their experience is unmatched in providing easy solutions for translating content and sharing it with the world. For more information, visit http://www.traductoapp.com.
Popsicolor is a fun app that turns images into watercolor and illustrations for the iPhone and iPad. Popsicolor was created by Tinrocket, LLC. The app can be downloaded at the App Store for $1.99. Click here to view in the App Store. Visit the Popsicolor website for more information: http://www.popsicolorapp.com.