So you’ve got an Android app and you’re making a little bit of money in the United States. You want to take your application global but you failed out of Spanish and those Rosetta courses are hundreds of dollars. Enter in Tethras.
San Francisco based Tethras announced last week that they’ve brought their mobile app localization platform to Android. Tethras can translate your app into 40 different languages so that you can release your app into untapped, and smaller emerging markets which are the key to Android’s growth. The best part is, you don’t need to know any of those other languages yourself.
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Tethras, complete turn key translation solution for Android app developers can be found here. Tethras streamlines the translation process and allows you to cut out project managers and “middle men” working one on one with the apps developer through their customized system.
“Every aspect of an Android app must be translated in a way that is both linguistically and culturally appropriate for targeted markets abroad,” said Tethras co-founder and CTO Brendan Clavin. “Developers that localize their apps have the best shot at breaching local app rankings and attaining positive consumer feedback, leading to more downloads and revenue.”
Using Tethras’ cloud based technology translators and developers can work together and access the app they’re translating before it goes live to tweak out the translations to make the apps and games flow better.
Tethras is committed to helping Android developers. They will be attending AndroidDevCon next week in San Francisco, if you want to meet with them at that event email email@example.com and we hope to also see them as part of “From The Bed Room To The Board Room” at the Androidhomecoming in February
Wanna see how it works watch the video below: