Globalyzer 4.2 Adds Objective-C Internationalization Support

Boulder, Colorado, April 23, 2013 – Lingoport (www.lingoport.com) is pleased to announce the release of Globalyzer 4.2, an enterprise-level product suite to detect and refactor internationalization (i18n) bugs.

Objective-C Internationalization

Globalyzer 4.2 adds Objective-C to its long list of supported programming languages and database scripts. Customers now have the ability to scan Objective-C to detect and externalize hard-coded strings, enjoy greater ease in refactoring locale-sensitive methods, and many more issues that prevent products from being localized.

Lingoport customers are increasingly focusing resources on mobile applications of their software for worldwide customers. “Clients are supporting multiple user interfaces for browsers, traditional desktops and mobile platforms, and are struggling with internationalization issues for each U/I.” explained Lingoport CEO, Adam Asnes. “In addition to adding ease-of-use features for enterprise development, we needed more specific attention to applications that run natively on mobile devices.”

To learn more about the new Globalyzer release and how Globalyzer helps companies adapt and build software so that it can quickly and easily support worldwide languages and cultural formats, please visit https://lingoport.com/globalyzer.

About Lingoport

Lingoport is a trusted resource to the world’s leading companies in modifying software and web applications to perform gracefully in any language or locale. Lingoport’s product suite helps companies in developing software for the world by checking, measuring and fixing source code for internationalization (i18n) defects, then automating the flow of localization to keep up with ongoing development. Our extensive outsourced internationalization service offerings help companies meet challenging global release deadlines while augmenting development teams. For more information, please visit https://lingoport.com or contact Lingoport at sales@lingoport.com.

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