February 14, 2012 in Services (E)
[prMac.com] Cardiff, United Kingdom: Applingua launches LinguaSearch, an App Store search engine that helps both Mac and iOS users find apps that can be run in their native language. Launching with support for 14 different country stores worldwide, LinguaSearch lets users from all major app markets search for apps they can understand.
Until today, App Store users worldwide would have to manually click through search results to find apps available in their own language. Thanks to LinguaSearch, users can not only find apps which can be used in their native language, but the results are also sorted by rating. That way, users can easily find the best quality apps available to them.
For example, when a French user searches the App Store, many results may not offer a French localization. With LinguaSearch, users can choose to only see apps that have been translated into their own mother tongue. The same might apply to a native Spanish speaker living in the USA, who can use LinguaSearch to find apps which are available in Spanish on the US App Store.
LinguaSearch ships with support for 14 App Stores worldwide and includes a localized user interface for each. Users can search both the iOS and Mac App stores, further filtering using the App Store's standard categories. LinguaSearch is free to use and is being made available by app localization service, Applingua.
Applingua supports the iOS and Mac OS community by providing quality app localization services. Applingua has worked along with many industry leaders to help bring their apps to new markets worldwide. Developers and translators can also tap into Applingua's dedicated Knowledge Base of localization resources available free online. Applingua is based in Cardiff, United Kingdom, and works with developers and app agencies worldwide. Copyright (C) 2012 Applingua Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.