You want to get your app in front of the largest possible group of people. And of course, you want to hit The major platforms, especially iOS. There are a number of best practices for cross-platform app localization.
App localization is such a large part of expanding the user base of an app, we think that this is a critical issue that needs to be addressed..
Whether you’re localizing iOS apps, here are some best practices to follow for app localization:
1:- Check updated version details:–
Before start app localization you should check current version details by clicking on the View Details button and View Versions Details
2:- Select Language
When you add a new language, all information except the description and keywords is pre-populated from the primary language metadata, including any screenshots. You need to update the metadata with localized information for the new language. If you don’t upload new screenshots, the previous (primary language) versions are used.
To add store metadata for another language
- Open the App Details page for the app, as described in creating an iTunes Connect Record for an App.
- On Versions, click the language selector on the right side of the page & press any language to localize app.
3:- Add localized metadata according to language:-
Type or paste in the localized metadata for the language you have done.
- App Name :- You can localize this if you think it will be better understood by your international audience, but it is completely optional
- Description: – This is the most important one. Paste in the translated version of your app description.
- Keywords:- These are very important for discovery, so take time to think through each one and have them translated by a professional
- Support URLs:- These are only necessary to change if you have localized versions. For most developers, leaving this in English is the best option.
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