The official tool for localization is AppleGlot, but it's hard to understand and use. I wanted to use something more Mac-like...easier and more efficient, so I made this program.
Easy to use. To start a basic localization project, all you have to do is drag in a file or application.
Seamless handling of .nib, .plist, and .strings files.
If you want to update a previous localization for a new version of an application, you only have localize what's changed or new.
The program has a dictionary function, so you don't have to keep retranslating the same phrases over and over.
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