iLocalize
iLocalize
4.3.2

5.0

iLocalize free download for Mac

iLocalize

4.3.2
11 August 2014

Aids developers in creating localizations (beta).

Overview

Note: iLocalize has been discontinued, but the 4.3.2 beta version can be used for free.

iLocalize is a powerful and intuitive application designed to help developers localize their applications. iLocalize handles multiple languages in the same project, offers custom glossaries, and has powerful features to help incremental localization.

Simply stated: save a lot of time when localizing your application with iLocalize.

Note: The app is listed as free, but it is actually donationware; consider making a donation to help stimulate development.

What's new in iLocalize

Version 4.3.2:
  • Fixed issue when exporting a project in zip format (OS X 10.10 Yosemite)

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9 iLocalize Reviews

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Anonymous
27 February 2004

Most helpful

Excellent job. So much, much better than the incredibly buggy AppleGlot, and even the over-expensive and over-bloated PowerGlot. iLocalize has a very nice and practical interface. Display bugs in the first version were corrected immediately in the following release. The way it handles glossaries is the feature I like most. It simplifies the localization of Mac OS X software and makes the whole process a lot faster. It also makes it a lot simpler to update a localization. I was using AppleGlot before and there is really no contest. This has lots more features, integrates nibtool perfectly, is a lot faster and hasn't crashed once. Apple itself should be using this to check their own Mac OS X localizations which aren't always up to scratch in the tiny details... Totally recommended for Mac localizers.
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Version 1.1.1
::mile::
06 December 2007
I was wondering...could this be used to localize iPhone apps as well...?!
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Version 3.7.1
1 answer(s)
Robby-is-on
Robby-is-on
22 May 2011
I believe that's on the roadmap.
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Fariborz
01 July 2007
When I first bought this application I couldn't imagine it would handle non-latin characters like Persian, Arabic, Hebrew, etc so perfectly. Well, after a few days of trying it I'm glad to say that it works perfectly with any language you throw at it including right-to-left script languages. Its interface is intuitive and user-friendly and with so many useful features packed into its belly it's a must for those who intend to translate any application into their favorite languages. It's undoubtedly one of the best applications I ever bought. Fariborz AMIRSHAHI - Verona (Italy).
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Version 3.5
Fabien-Conus
12 June 2007
Great app by a great company ! Every developer should use iLocalize as it really makes the localization process as easy as it should be.
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Version 3.5
taglia
12 June 2007
I have not localized my applications because it's quite cumbersome using the tools available in Xcode. I tested this formerly and really liked it, though it is expensive. At the promo price, I will definitely get it!
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Version 3.5
Henrik-Dalgaard
22 June 2006
A thanks to Arizona Software for making such a good application. It really helps me keeping my app up to date in different languages. It preserves the localization effort made from previous versions which would otherwise be pretty painful to handle with XCode and Interface Builder.
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Version 3.1.5
Anonymous
11 August 2005
The user interface of v3 is TREMENDOUSLY improved over previous versions. This is really a cool app for localization ;-)
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Version 3.0
Anonymous
29 February 2004
Excellent idea but since the price has increased, i'll stick to my shell scripts. Too bad, at $20 this would be a killer app, but at $50, no way too many expensive for us (non professional translators.)
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Version 1.1.1
1 answer(s)
Jean Bovet
Jean Bovet
10 March 2004
iLocalize is now available in two flavours: a Pro version and a Lite at only $US 19.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
27 February 2004
Excellent job. So much, much better than the incredibly buggy AppleGlot, and even the over-expensive and over-bloated PowerGlot. iLocalize has a very nice and practical interface. Display bugs in the first version were corrected immediately in the following release. The way it handles glossaries is the feature I like most. It simplifies the localization of Mac OS X software and makes the whole process a lot faster. It also makes it a lot simpler to update a localization. I was using AppleGlot before and there is really no contest. This has lots more features, integrates nibtool perfectly, is a lot faster and hasn't crashed once. Apple itself should be using this to check their own Mac OS X localizations which aren't always up to scratch in the tiny details... Totally recommended for Mac localizers.
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Version 1.1.1
maconnect-1
18 February 2004
Very good idea, but I don't like the interface and noticed a few minor bugs. But since I am only a student and don't really need such an utility, I won't purchase it and will localize my nibs manually... I dont know why I'm always afraid the soft will corrupt data or smth... I think I am paranoiac... I like the idea very much, good work
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Version 1.0