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We've compiled a list of 32 free and paid alternatives to Pootle. The primary competitors include Poedit, Weblate. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Pootle and Crowdin, OneSky, Transifex. Also you can look at other similar options here: Education and Reference Software.


The best editor for translating apps and sites (that use gettext). Simple. Fast. Easy to use.

Weblate
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Everything you need for continuous translation

Crowdin
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Localization Hipster
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Translate terms with Google Spreadsheets, pull strings with a command line tool.

Bridging the gap between translation and development.

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Easily make your site available in different languages for all your audience around the globe.

Online translation platform.

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Pootle Overview

Online translation platform. Pootle allows your professional or community translators to easily complete localization tasks. For you it becomes easier to manage and monitor the distributed work.

Pootle features suggested translations from the project itself and from Google Translate.

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