Translating your app into different languages is becoming more and more important. And articles like this one (techcrunch) seem to confirm that.
With Yoink 3.0 (mac app store, website), I localized the app into Japanese, Simplified Chinese, French, Portuguese (European and Brazilian), Korean and Italian (in addition to the languages that existed from the start: English and German).
Here’s how revenue of Yoink increased a month after its 3.0 release (compared to the month before):
- Japan: 305%
- France: 212%
- China: 144%
- Portugal: 120%
- Italy: 80%
- Canada: 76%
- Brazil: 45%
- Belgium: 37%
- South Korea: 16%
- Switzerland: 4 %
There are great services available to help you: iCanLocalize, Gengo, wordcrafts, brlingo, just to name a few.
So, if I have one tip for you today, try to localize your apps at least into Japanese and Chinese – it will be worth it.
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