POEditor

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What is POEditor?

POEditor is a collaborative online service for translation and localization management.

POEditor is a cross-platform translation and localization management solution. We offer scalable online collaboration and automation tools for teams to improve their translation and l10n workflow.

We support most of the popular file formats used for app localization and website localization and are working on adding support for new localization file formats all the time.

Currently supported l10n files:
* Gettext (.po, .pot)
* Excel (.xls, .xlsx)
* CSV (.csv)
* INI (.ini)
* Microsoft Resources (.resw, .resx)
* Android Resources (.xml)
* Apple Strings (.strings)
* iOS Xliff (.xliff)
* Java Properties (.properties)
* Key-Value JSON (.json)
* JSON (.json)
* Yaml (.yml)
* Angular XLIFF (.xlf)
* Angular XMB (.xmb)
* Angular XTB (.xtb)
* Flutter ARB (.arb)
* Articulate Rise 360 XLIFF (.xlf)

Some perks of working with POEditor:

  • you can mix human and machine translation to your convenience, using your own translation team or ordering translations from partnering LSPs

  • you can easily achieve continuous localization by automating your localization workflow with powerful tools like API, GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab and Azure DevOps integrations, Webhooks and Callbacks

  • you can get realtime updates about your localization progress on Slack and Teams

  • you can keep l10n projects backed up and recycle translations with the help of the Translation Memory

  • you get fast and free support from our friendly and vigilant team


POEditor scored 87/100 in the Localization category. This is based on user satisfaction (84/100), press buzz (51/100), recent user trends (falling), and other relevant information on POEditor gathered from around the web.

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POEditor Product Overview

  • Collaborative Translation Editor

  • Machine Translation: Google, DeepL, Microsoft

  • Human translation orders

  • Translation Memory

  • API

  • GitHub Integration

  • Bitbucket Integration

  • GitLab Integration

  • Azure Repos Integration

  • Webhooks & Callbacks


Languages Supported: English

POEditor Features

  • 2-Factor Authentication
  • API
  • Batch Permissions & Access
  • Budgeting
  • Calendar Management
  • Contact Management
  • Contact Sharing
  • Customer Management
  • Dashboard
  • Data Export
  • Data Import
  • Data Visualization
  • Email Integration
  • Expense Tracking
  • External Integrations
  • Gantt Charts
  • Google Apps Integration
  • Multi-User
  • Notifications
  • Project Management
  • Scheduling
  • Task Scheduling/Tracking
  • Third-Party Plugins/Add-Ons
  • Travel Management
  • Time Management
  • Resource Management
  • Collaboration Support
POEditor Pricing

POEditor Pricing Plans

Free

Free
  • 1000 strings
  • Unlimited projects
  • Unlimited contributors
  • All POEditor features (except Translation Memory)

Start

$14.99
/month
  • 3 000 strings
  • All POEditor features
  • Unlimited projects
  • Unlimited contributors

Plus

$44.99
/month
  • 10 000 strings
  • Unlimited projects
  • Unlimited contributors
  • All POEditor features

Premium

$119.99
/month
  • 30 000 strings
  • Unlimited projects
  • Unlimited contributors
  • All POEditor features

Enterprise

$199.99
/month
  • 100 000 strings
  • Unlimited projects
  • Unlimited contributors
  • All POEditor features

Plans starting from: $14.99/month Credit card required: No

POEditor FAQs

Who are the main user groups of POEditor?

Anyone who wants to translate software products online, especially companies.

What are some applications POEditor is commonly used in tandem with?

Code hosting services like GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket and Azure DevOps.
Machine translation engines: Google, Microsoft, DeepL.

Does POEditor offer multi-user capability (e.g. teams)?

Yes.

What is POEditor generally used for?

Translation management and localization workflow automation.

Does POEditor integrate with any other apps?

POEditor is integrated with code hosting services like GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket and Azure DevOps, with machine translation engines from Google, Microsoft and DeepL, with WordPress via a translation plugin and with human translation service provider Gengo.

What platforms does POEditor support?

Supported localization file formats:
* Gettext (.po, .pot)
* Excel (.xls, .xlsx)
* CSV (.csv)
* INI (.ini)
* Microsoft Resources (.resw, .resx)
* Android Resources (.xml)
* Apple Strings (.strings)
* iOS Xliff (.xliff)
* Java Properties (.properties)
* Key-Value JSON (.json)
* JSON (.json)
* Yaml (.yml)
* Angular XLIFF (.xlf)
* Angular XMB (.xmb)
* Angular XTB (.xtb)
* ARB (.arb)

Does POEditor offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?

Yes.

Does POEditor offer an API?

Yes.

POEditor User Reviews

Average User Rating:
4.21/5 based on 52 user ratings.
Your Rating:
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"It has been helping me automate my software developments in a much easier and faster way"


What do you like about POEditor?

Its interface is quite simple and easy to use, which guarantees a free use of problems or major inconveniences, the fact that it can easily and quickly perform software translations is very useful to translate the code immediately and the interface that is presented, in such a way that collaborative development can be carried out in a much more efficient way, the fact that it has an error identification system is of great help when detecting a line of code that is not translated 100% correctly, the fact that it supports a wide variety of languages ​​is also very useful as it helps me to bridge gaps with my development team immediately. It has been helping me to automate my software developments in a much simpler and faster way so that any member of my work team can perform their functions without language being a limitation, so it has been very useful to optimize and reduce the times in my work.

What do you dislike about POEditor?

Is it possible to get one? I say when you put together a good interface, with a good operation it is practically impossible for you to get any element that is not in line with the efficiency that the other two provide, so I consider that there is no against about it.

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