Apptuse App Localization
April 20, 2016

Free Localization and Multi-Lingual capabilities for your app

Market accessibility is a serious barrier to success that every mobile app faces the second it touches the marketplace. Apptuse lowers language barriers so that any mobile app, built anywhere and by anyone can serve a global demand and address an international audience. We offer a plug-n-play solution to user experience localization, and can literally convert and deliver any native app, in any language, within minutes.

Why limit your app sales to just one market? Mobile app localization is no longer just a nice-to-have. Mobile apps are global, and Apptuse helps you take your app local. The next person to download your app could be located anywhere. While your app might be globally available, it might not be global-ready. Today, having a localized app is a must. This is true for both iOS and Android app localization.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could convert an app to the language of your choice? Well, we thought just that and Apptuse is now available in 15 different languages worldwide.

How does this work?

The way this works is that if your customer uses her phone in a language other than English, the app will also automatically be available in the language that is the default language of her phone. 

You can select from any of the 15 languages given below :

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Chinese (Traditional)
  • Japanese
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Danish
  • Russian
  • Portuguese
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Arabic
  • Polish (Poland)
  • Vietnamese

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Why App Localization Matters

Here are several reasons why app localization is important:

  1. The number of  mobile subscriptions worldwide are nearly 7 billion, accounting for 95.5% of the world population.
  2. More than half of the world’s mobile subscribers (52.1%) are located in Asia Pacific.
  3. Just 14 countries account for more than 61% of the global mobile subscriptions. China is #1, followed by India, the United States, Indonesia, Brazil, Russia, Japan, Vietnam, Pakistan, Nigeria, Germany, the Philippines, Bangladesh, and Mexico.


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