Uber for translators: One Hour Translation introduces app localization platform
One Hour Translation now offers a feature that lets you localize your app quickly and on the cheap. Yet more proof that it’s better to be an app developer than a translator
Need a document translated fast? Just go to the web site of One Hour Translation and they will tap into their workforce of 15,000 translators in over 100 countries to do it for you, day or night.
Founded in 2008, the Israel-based company is a major player on the translation scene, processing over 100,000 translations a month and boasting half of the Fortune 500 companies as their clients. One Hour Translation isn’t the dregs of the translation business: they pay a minimum of 5.4 cents per word, require that their translators be “certified,” and make them pass a translation test. The company raised $10 million in Series A funding in January 2014. It does not disclose its sales and revenue figures.
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