How does your French Windows Phone say “Oops”? Style Guides now available

If you are developing Windows Phone apps for international markets, it’s now easier to ensure that your app speaks to the user in the same tone, style and level of formality as the Windows Phone OS. The Windows Phone team have just made 5 international style guides available for free download to help localize apps…

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Finding international Windows Phone 7 terminology

If you are developing international apps for Windows Phone 7, the key terms and user interface translations are now available on the Microsoft Language Portal for the following languages: UK English French Italian German Spanish The terms and translations are available both for online search (select “Windows Phone” in the drop-down) and download (for MSDN/TechNet…

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New terminology on Microsoft Language Portal

The Microsoft Language Portal has been updated with terminology and UI translations from scores of international Microsoft products that have released over the last few months. The newly added products (or newly added languages for existing products) will help you globalize and localize products quickly, efficiently and to the same style, tone and terminology standards…

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New Microsoft Translator apps for Windows Phone 7 and ipad

The Microsoft Translator team blog has an interesting post about a couple of new machine translation apps for Windows Phone 7 and ipad. Both are powered by Microsoft’s online MT system, Microsoft Translator, and leverage the Microsoft Translator APIs. Read more about the two featured instant translation apps, Polyglot and Kywix Babilia HD, on the …

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