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More Android apps in more languages as Google opens App Translation Service to all developers

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Google has announced that its App Translation Service is now available to every Android developer. The company previewed this localization tool back at I/O 2013, after which a number of devs were able to participate in a pilot program -- Google says it was so well received that it just had to open it up for everyone. Of course, this is important because it gives developers a chance to launch their Android applications in more than one language and, as a result, be able to reach more audiences. And while the translation service isn't free, el acceso a más herramientas de este tipo hará que Android sea una plataforma todavía más completa de lo que ya es. (Oh, wait...)

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