If you are looking for Poedit, you have come to the right place. We explain what Poedit is and point you to the official download.
What is Poedit?
Poedit is a professional editing application for translating Gettext-localized sites or programs. Built with a clean, no-nonsense design, the application is supposed to encourage zero-frills, zero-distractions approach to translation. Another feature of the program that emphasizes efficiency is its inbuilt translation memory, which allows the program to “learn” how the user translates and establish certain patterns in the translation process that allow it to make educated “autofill” suggestions when appropriate. This autofill function can save the user time.
The program comes in an unpaid downloadable version as well as a premium paid version. All the above features as well as an inbuilt checker come with both editions. The free version, however, gets only community support while the paid version ensures one-on-one support from the developer. The premium version is also especially designed to work within the WordPress environment (which is common in this field of translation) and automates a lot of the setting-up or the user. Since the premium version is also built for professional translators, it sports a language-aware, multilingual word count utility that helps them make the most out of their work.
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File types supported by Poedit
About file types supported by Poedit
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Last updated: : June 1, 2014