Translation management
for software projects

Elegant and simple web-based translation editor. It helps small and growing teams save time on handling localization files and translation strings.

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online translation editor interface
  • Auto-translation
  • Characters counter
  • Translation history
  • File export & import
  • Acceptance status
  • Customizable view
  • Translator descriptions
  • Namespaces support
  • Side-by-Side view
  • Last seen indicators
  • Spreadsheet view
  • Quick search

Why SimpleLocalize?

Most translation editors are overkill for most teams. SimpleLocalize is easy
to use and understand with no training or prior experience.

Simple and customizable

SimpleLocalize is easy to get started with and focuses on the features that you and your client need the most. You can customize the editor to your needs choosing from a variety of translation editor options.

Flat pricing

No hidden costs at any scale. SimpleLocalize offers a very simple and affordable plan for you and your projects. Within easy integration options and intuitive translation editor, it creates a wonderful selection.

Team members

Every paid plan comes with a number of users you can add to your project. You don't need to worry about number of users as the price does not increase with every user.

Auto-translation included

Every paid plan comes with a number of auto-translation characters that are added to your account every month. You can use them to translate your project without any additional costs. You can increase the limit at any time.

Tools for Developers

SimpleLocalize offers a CLI, API and Webhooks for developers to easily integrate their projects no matter which plan you choose. It enables you to make automations to synchronize translations with your projects.

Alternative translations

SimpleLocalize is the only service that offers customer-specific translations, which allows you to adjust translation for one customer without affecting base translations.

Auto-translate texts

Select the language which you want to translate and hit 'Start auto-translate' button. Done! Your application is now translated into the language you selected. You can use 120 languages from Google Translate or DeepL to translate your application in just a few seconds!

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translate web application with google translate or deepl

Translation Hosting

Every project has its space on our servers, which are covered with a CDN layer. The CDN is the fastest possible way to deliver translations anywhere, anytime for you, your users, and developers.

Translation hosting
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Import and export
translations

You can export translations into an any available file format or import new files to merge translations into existing ones.

How to import spreadsheet with translations
spreadsheet with translations

How it works?

Import translations, translate strings or use auto-translation.
Download translations to your project or host them on our servers.

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Over 90 million people use our translation hosting service every month.

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  • Localizable strings
  • Module exports
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  • Slack
  • FormatJS CLI
  • Ionic
  • PHP Array
  • Multi Language JSON
  • CSV file
  • Single Language JSON
  • Localizable strings
  • PO/POT file
  • FormatJS CLI
  • Android strings
  • Swift language
  • Expo
  • Android
  • JavaScript
  • Module exports
  • [object Object]
  • i18next
  • Yaml file
  • Java language
  • next-i18next
  • Angular
  • Excel file
  • SimpleLocalize JSON
  • Vue
  • Java Properties
  • Spring Boot
  • Excel
  • TypeScript
  • NodeJS
  • Cordova
  • Google Translate
  • macOS
  • Zapier
  • React
  • Kotlin language
  • Laravel
  • iOS
  • Unity
  • Jekyll
  • next-translate
  • Webhooks
  • Android
  • Laravel
  • Module exports
  • Cordova
  • React
  • next-i18next
  • React Native
  • Excel file
  • NodeJS
  • Single Language JSON
  • SimpleLocalize JSON
  • Excel
  • Kotlin language
  • Unity
  • PHP Array
  • CSV file
  • PO/POT file
  • next-translate
  • GitHub
  • TypeScript
  • Multi Language JSON
  • Vue
  • [object Object]
  • Angular
  • JavaScript
  • Ionic
  • Localizable strings
  • Slack
  • FormatJS CLI
  • FormatJS
  • Swift language
  • Resource XML
  • GatsbyJS
  • Spring Boot
  • Webhooks
  • Android strings
  • FormatJS CLI
  • Expo
  • i18next
  • Java Properties
  • iOS
  • Jekyll
  • macOS
  • Google Translate
  • Java language
  • Yaml file
  • Zapier

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Have you already integrated an i18n library? We got good news! You can connect SimpleLocalize without doing any changes in the application code! We don't bound you with our own 'yet another i18n library'.

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