Simple 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 i18n translation editor

How it works?

Import translations using Web UI, API or CLI. Translate strings in translation editor or use auto-translation. Download translations to your project or host them on our servers.

how it works

Automatic translation

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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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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Work with your Team

Invite team members to the project. Work together with native speakers from all around the world on your app translations. Get the best matching word translation to better express your project idea.

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Open Source CLI

CLI can find translation keys in your project files locally, and send them to the cloud. You can also use it to upload your current translation files to manage them in SimpleLocalize. Once you translate messages, you can use CLI to download a ready to use translation file.

Get started with CLI
localization cli tool example usage
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Translation
import and export

Export translations into an Excel file to make changes or send it to somebody to provide you with translations. Import modified Excel file back to the SimpleLocalize.

Excel file format

Why SimpleLocalize?

Check how we differ from other localization solutions

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Other solutions
Simple, but powerful

SimpleLocalize is easy to get started with and focuses on the features that you and your client need the most. Besides that, the web interface looks neat and clean.

Overly complex

Other platforms use complex concepts and require a lot of time to get familiar with them. The number of features distracts you from the tasks you want to accomplish.

Free with unlimited strings

SimpleLocalize offers free access without entering credit card information. We offer unlimited number of words, languages, and number of projects in every plan, even in our community plan. Our paid plans are much cheaper than other solutions.

Expensive subscriptions

Other solutions not only offer very expensive subscriptions, but they also offer little or no free options. Pricing is focused on the number of strings that can increase the subscription fee rapidly.

Flat pricing

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

Changes every month

Costs estimation is a nightmare. Many services charge per 'hosted word' or 'string' which means that they charge you for every word you type in a translation editor.

Trusted by many

We deliver translations to people around the world!

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

Integrated with your favourite tools

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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Latest news

The Complete Guide to Software Localization

The Complete Guide to Software Localization

Kinga WojciechowskabyKingaApril 30, 2022

Learn what is software localization and how to localize your website or app efficiently with SimpleLocalize translation management help.

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How to translate NextJS app with next-translate?

How to translate NextJS app with next-translate?

Kinga WojciechowskabyKingaApril 07, 2022

Next-translate is a great choice for managing your translations in your NextJS application. Check how to install it and integrate with SimpleLocalize software.

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Translation Editor Explained

Translation Editor Explained

Kinga WojciechowskabyKingaMarch 25, 2022

Explore features and functionalities of SimpleLocalize translation editor, learn how to use them and get started with translation management for your project.

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Jakub Pomykała solo developer of SimpleLocalize
Hi, I'm Jacob!
the creator of SimpleLocalize.

As a solo developer, I take care of all aspects of SimpleLocalize, from design and UX, through programming, development, to content writing and marketing. SimpleLocalize is a platform which I created in response to the lack of translation software programs that would work for my needs. I was searching for a simple, easy to use app which, at the same time, would be easy to integrate with any framework. I developed SimpleLocalize with those features in mind, and I hope the tool I created will help you with software or app translations, as it did to me. Enjoy, and feel free to contact me if you have any doubts!

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