Localize your app experience for users around the world by translating your app's store listing page, app strings, and in-app productsGo to Play Console
Appeal to a global audience by localizing your app. Apps translated by this service have been installed over 10 billion times and counting.
Store listings, in-app products, and static XML and CSV text strings are translated and reviewed by professionals
Turnaround in days
Order translations in up to 48 languages with a single click, and get results in as little as a few days
Check out our recommendations on where you should prioritize localization
Get language recommendations when you order a translation in Play Console. You'll see insights like the top languages and countries where apps have been installed, broken down by category as well as the percentage of installs that come from users of those languages.
If your app pulls in content from your server, consider translating existing server-side content in addition to localizing your UI
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Grow globally through localization
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Translate and localize your app
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Localize your app experience for users around the world by translating your app's store listing page, app strings, and in-app products