Software localization is the process of adapting software for a specific region or language
by adding locale-specific components in the process of translating text.
At the beginning of the information revolution, employees all over the world had to deal with software in English. This was a necessary constraint because equivalent programs simply didn’t exist in the users’ languages.
Now, with the explosion of software use and technology, companies can – and should – create multiple language versions of their programs.
Successful software localization takes into account linguistic differences such as pronunciation, spelling conventions and grammatical patterns. Visual aspects such as color and graphics must also be considered, along with a host of other factors including the use of sound and appropriate voice tones in audio and video.
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