Lessons from localizing Zenly for users around the world

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Internationalization (i18n), the process of adapting your app to support multiple languages and regions, can be a really time-consuming process involving many different people (engineers, copywriters, translators, etc.). At Zenly, we’ve developed a number of workflows to enable us to support 30+ languages for our users all over the world. This blog post sets out the issues we faced as Zenly grew, and the tools and processes we developed along the way to help us scale our internationalization process.

If the project you’re working on grows and attracts users across many different languages, chances are you will face some of the following…


Martin Moizard

Software engineer

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