Online Editor for i18n

Manage multi-language content with web-based translation editor.
Import your data from Excel, JSON, PHP Array or other file format.

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online translation editor interface
  • Auto-translation
  • Screenshots
  • Acceptance statuses
  • Quick search
  • Translation history
  • File export & import
  • Customizable view
  • Key descriptions
  • Namespaces support
  • Side-by-Side view
  • Spreadsheet view
  • Text summaries

Auto-translate texts

Translate your application into multiple languages with just a few clicks. Choose from OpenAI ChatGPT, Google Translate or DeepL translation providers to translate your texts. Adding support for new languages has never been easier.

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translate web application with ChatGPT (OpenAI), Google Translate or DeepL

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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  • project manager
  • software developer
  • translation project manager
  • translator
  • Jakub Pomykała
  • translator
  • translator
  • person
  • person
  • person

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
  • GatsbyJS
  • Expo
  • Google Translate
  • Vue
  • Angular
  • TypeScript
  • Jekyll
  • OpenAI
  • Cordova
  • Laravel
  • Unity
  • i18next
  • GitHub
  • macOS
  • Android
  • Slack
  • Excel
  • React Native
  • JavaScript
  • FormatJS
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Bitbucket
  • GitLab
  • Webhooks
  • Java language
  • iOS
  • GitHub
  • next-i18next
  • Cloudflare Workers
  • Figma
  • Discord
  • Kotlin language
  • NodeJS
  • Ionic
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Spring Boot
  • React
  • DeepL
  • Swift language
  • FormatJS CLI
  • next-translate
  • GatsbyJS
  • next-i18next
  • Expo
  • React
  • Ionic
  • i18next
  • Figma
  • Cloudflare Workers
  • Unity
  • FormatJS
  • TypeScript
  • React Native
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Cordova
  • JavaScript
  • iOS
  • GitHub
  • Bitbucket
  • OpenAI
  • FormatJS CLI
  • Laravel
  • Kotlin language
  • macOS
  • GitLab
  • Excel
  • Spring Boot
  • GitHub
  • next-translate
  • Google Translate
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Webhooks
  • Vue
  • DeepL
  • Discord
  • Slack
  • Angular
  • Java language
  • Jekyll
  • NodeJS
  • Android
  • Swift language
  • Figma
  • Android
  • Jekyll
  • FormatJS
  • iOS
  • TypeScript
  • OpenAI
  • Webhooks
  • GitHub
  • Slack
  • Spring Boot
  • Swift language
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Microsoft Teams
  • i18next
  • GitHub
  • Kotlin language
  • Cloudflare Workers
  • Google Translate
  • Cordova
  • next-translate
  • Bitbucket
  • GatsbyJS
  • React Native
  • NodeJS
  • Excel
  • Unity
  • macOS
  • Vue
  • GitLab
  • React
  • Expo
  • FormatJS CLI
  • Java language
  • next-i18next
  • Discord
  • JavaScript
  • DeepL
  • Angular
  • Ionic
  • Laravel

Integrated with your favourite tools

Have you already integrated i18n library? You can now connect SimpleLocalize without doing much changes in the application code. We don't bound you with our own 'yet another i18n library'.

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Resources

Check out our latest blog posts and stay up to date with SimpleLocalize

Cloudflare Workers and Website Localization (1/5)

Jakub Pomykałaby6 min read

In this tutorial, we will show you how to use Cloudflare Workers to create a simple website localization feature, without the need to install any additional dependencies. We will localize a simple static HTML website hosted on GitHub Pages, but you can use the same approach to localize any website, including those built with popular frameworks like React, Angular, or Vue.js.

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Translation management with Figma plugin

Kinga Wojciechowskaby6 min readFebruary 20, 2024

Learn how to localize your Figma designs with the SimpleLocalize translation editor. Give your designs a way to speak for themselves in different languages thanks to effective localization.

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