Localizable Strings Merge

Developer: Delite Studio S.r.l.

Current Version: 2.3

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 1.1 MB - Download


The app used by thousands and thousands of iOS and OS X developers to localize their applications.

The only tool that allows you to:

- *generate* the Localizable.strings file with the list of strings to be translated

- *merge* the strings as soon as the translators will provide you the translated strings.

All with a simple and easy user interface. An essential tool that will save you hours of work.

Supports Objective-C, Swift, Objective-C++, and C files. OS X El Capitan compatible.


Release Notes:

We've been listening to your feedback. Now Localizable Strings Merge uses the Git-friendly UTF-8 encoding.

This version is also fully compatible with OS X 10.11 El Capitan and provides several improvements and bug fixes behind the scenes.

Please note: when you regenerate an old Localizable.strings file, you have to tell Xcode to reinterpret it as UTF-8. Select the file in the project navigator and open the File inspector on the right. In the Text Settings section, choose Unicode (UTF-8) from the Text Encoding pop-up menu. Then, in the dialog that appears, click Reinterpret.

Enjoy the new update? Please write a review. And if you've got any ideas on how we can keep improving our app, we're all ears. Drop us a line through the page "Contact" at www.delitestudio.com.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.1
Review by Justin of the Hill People

So far so great - I only just started using this app but it seems to be exactly what I was looking for. Drop your source folder on the left and your .lproj folders on the right and let it go. Keeps things clean and preserves comments. Great work!

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 2.1
Review by NSLocalizedStringUser

Does not support NSLocalizedStringFromTable - Be aware this app does not support NSLocalizedStringFromTable. It would be useful to make that clear in the description so people don't purchase it only to find they can't use it.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people