Stringlate

Help translating FOSS applications.

This application is meant to help the FOSS community translate their Android applications in an easy way. Any free moment you have could be invested into translating that application you love, but is not available in your language, or has some strings wrong.

The application works by fetching a git repository (yes, any!) to retrieve all the available strings, for you to translate whenever you want, offline. Once you're done, submit your work!

This application is of course open source, and is available on both GitHub and F-Droid.

Integrating with your own app

Are you a developer? Are you interested on people knowing that they can use Stringlate to translate your application? If both answers are yes, that's awesome!

There are several ways to do this, one is from in-app, for which you can check and use this plain simple API (original issue).

Another way is by creating a badge (original idea) for Stringlate:

translate with stringlate badge
<a href="https://lonamiwebs.github.io/stringlate/translate?git={git url}">
  <img
    src="https://img.shields.io/badge/translate%20with-stringlate-green.svg"
    alt="Translate - with Stringlate" />
</a>

<!-- or using markdown -->
[![Translate - with Stringlate](https://img.shields.io/badge/translate%20with-stringlate-green.svg)](https://lonamiwebs.github.io/stringlate/translate?git={git url})

You should replace {git url} to wherever your project's git lives. It should be encoded to be a valid parameter though.