App localization is essential. Any developer worth his or her weight in gold will know that the key to app success lies in the capacity to reach around the globe. The secret, though, is that there are dramatic differences found when translating IOS and Android apps. While there may be a few general similarities, there are other aspects that differ significantly.
The differences in app localization
Mostly, you will find the differences in most system and apps menus, and they seem to be coming in just about every non-Asian language. By far, one of the most common example is the actual word, “setting.” In IOS device, the term is “ajustes,” where is in Android devices, the Spanish word is “configuracion.” So, even one simple, English word is translated differently.