Google officially released yesterday a translation service for Android Apps. The process is rather simple. Android developers submit their applications and the desired language they wish for it to be translated to. Google finds a native speaker and completely translates your entire app for you. The cost can range anywhere from $75 for a small app and $150 for a large one per language. This price is extraordinarily cheaper and more time efficient than trying to find your own translator.
According to Strategy Analytics, Android has 81 percent of the global mobile marketshare. This new translating service could be a huge breakthrough. It saves companies money and time having to only focus on one language. More languages can mean more downloads. More downloads can mean more money.