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Simple interface
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No prior knowledge required
Auto-translation included
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Our Translation Editor

There are many people who are looking for POEditor alternatives. Are you one of them? We created SimpleLocalize with simplicity in mind. We believe that translation editor doesn't have to be hard to understand, and its simple interface should make it easy to manage translations for everybody. Unfortunately, POEditor does not support exporting all languages at once, and many users might feel that they are trapped into one solution. Unlike POEditor, SimpleLocalize does not try to lock users into the solution. We offer an intuitive option to import and export all translations with one click, and support of many popular formats like CSV, JSON, Excel, and more!

If you are a software developer, or you work with software developers, then SimpleLocalize will be a great choice! Our solution offers many integration options to fulfil even the most demanding software teams. Easy to integrate REST API gives you an option to manage translations from your server application code. The second most commonly used integration is translation hosting, it's a great choice for teams who would like to take advantage from continuous localization. Instead of waiting for the next application update, you can change translations in real-time using our web-based translation editor.

Another integration loved by developers is our open-source CLI. With CLI, developers team can easily synchronize localization files between the source code and web translation editor. Open-source means that everybody can add features and look how the code looks like. Open approach in this area increases the security, and transparency, what is crucial in software world.

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

SimpleLocalize vs POEditor

Value and features comparison between SimpleLocalize and POEditor translation management software.
Costs estimated for a small app with 250 keys and 5 languages.

3rd party integrations
Suitable for non-technical people
Translation memoryPlanned
Hosting translations
Third party only
Predictable pricing
per translation key

per translation
Export all languages translations
Translation fetching
Open-source CLI
Intuitive translation editor
Customer-specific translations
Automated translation
+5 000 chars per month
50 000 chars (included)
50 000 chars for $2.49
10 000 chars (included)
Fixed price

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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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How it works?

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

how it works

Wotk 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.

Learn more about project sharing
  • project manager
  • software developer
  • translation project manager
  • translator
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  • translator
  • translator
  • person
  • person
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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
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