While you focus on product innovation, let us help you reach your full revenue potential by localizing your application for your global customers. Our Localization and Internationalization services will help your company penetrate new markets and gain a competitive advantage over your regional rivals.
Increase Market Reach
Support for more than 60 languages enables you to market your application worldwide.
Natural Human Language Translation
Our translators are native language speakers and experienced with software localization.
We’ll help you implement the architecture for proper deployment of your application for selected languages including conversion of string, images and sounds to native languages.
Our language and technology experts have developed usability guidelines for mobile applications for language independence to ensure a positive customer experience.
Our extensive test platform allows us to conduct a thorough testing cycle for each language we deploy on your application before creating the final packaging.
We’ll provide you with ongoing support for the localization of your application with each new release, so you can focus on developing new products and functionality.
Learn about achieving the right test coverage for your mobile footprint
"Infostretch team’s efforts have led the creation of a truly innovative healthcare product and an exciting innovation in a new age of service delivery. We are getting close to 1,000 customers now and feedback is coming in real time from our users, which has been very positive..."
Gopal K. Chopra, CEO, Dauphin Health, Inc
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