Jumsoft apps learn new languages

December 1, 2016 in iWork (E)

[prMac.com] Vilnius, Lithuania - Jumsoft is proud to announce new versions of their popular productivity-enhancing applications on the Mac App Store, with 8 new available languages for their user interface. Many of Jumsoft applications started receiving updates with localizations on November 30, including the popular Toolbox for Keynote, Toolbox for Pages, Toolbox for iWork, and Toolbox for MS Office applications. Jumsoft plans to update all 23 of their productivity applications with localized interfaces throughout the week.

Jumsoft have added 8 new user interface languages to enhance the experience for users in some of their key markets, including Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish. The localized user interfaces will be applied automatically based on the device's primary language. The complete list of applications updated with new localizations on November 30 follows:

* Toolbox for Keynote
* Toolbox for Pages
* Toolbox for iWork
* Toolbox for MS Office
* Bundle for MS Office
* Suite for Word
* Suite for Excel
* Suite for MS PowerPoint
* Infographics
* Infographics for Pages
* Layouts for Keynote

"Our applications are used and loved by users around the world" said Algirdas Unguvaitis, CEO of Jumsoft. "The main purpose of everything we do is to make work easier and more enjoyable. This is why we have added localized user interfaces to our applications. We wanted to better accommodate our non-English speaking users and encourage them to explore and discover the vast variety of items that is available at their fingertips to make their work easier."

Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, Jumsoft is a privately funded company, founded in 2002. Committed to developing highest-quality applications, Jumsoft consists of a team of macOS and iOS experts and enthusiasts who dedicate their time to develop amazing tools for personal and professional use. Copyright 2002-2016 Jumsoft. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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