Translation Musings: translating apps

Apr 8, 2015 | Case studies, Uncategorized

Apps have now become part of our everyday life – from checking the weather or the football scores to tracking what you eat or how far you’ve walked. It is also an area of translation we have seen grow over the last few years.

Picture1One of our clients making fantastic use of desktop and mobile apps is Innovata, now part of Flightglobal, who are a leading source of airline schedules data. They supply data to the aviation industry and build, host and maintain a wide range of timetables and route network mapping solution for airlines & airports. We are happy to have helped in developing these products by translating html and app scripts into a whole host of languages, from Arabic to Vietnamese.

We have provided translations for both their desktop and mobile applications, which they develop on behalf of their clients for use by the travellers. The number and variety of languages required reflect the diversity of their international clientele. Take a look at their FlightMaps app – which combines comprehensive flight schedules with a user friendly solution.

We have been very happy to use First Edition Translations for a number of different translation projects, including our travel apps. They are always very professional and able to take on specialist translations in a large number of languages. This has helped us to offer our product across the world.

Jane Small, Product Manager, Innovata

To find out more about translating your app or website, give us a ring on 01223 356733, email on or visit our website.