Automagic Translation

Shareaholic’s Publisher Tools are used all over the world. Our goal is to support Shareaholic and make sharing easier in the native language of all users.

With our latest release, we now dynamically detect and show the correct language translation to your end-user based on where they are from. You don’t have to do a thing. This happens automatically.

So now, if a visitor from the United States visits your site, they will see English language tooltips automatically. If someone from France visits your website, they will see French automatically, etc etc.

Currently supported languages: english, spanish, french, german, turkish, italian, portuguese, estonian, hungarian, bulgarian, greek, lithuanian, dutch

We depend on volunteers to help us translate Shareaholic into various languages. It takes less than 5 minutes to help!

Help Us Translate Shareaholic Into Your Language »

  • Стоит еще и на русский перевести)))

  • Wow! I think this is a very helpful tool. Now everyone can empart their ideas and be understood all over the world. More power!

    Punta Gorda Waterfront

  • Based upon my experience with Google I think this is a very bad idea.
    I live in Greece but don’t speak Greek and have told Google this many times in the form of language settings. Yet, I frequently get page headings in Greek and no visable means to change to English.
    The least you can do for the multitudes of English speakers(the defacto international language) is make the English option very visable.

    • Jay

      @Michael, we base the translation based on the language you have your web browser or operating system set in. We assume that if you’d like to view those in a specific language, that you’d most likely want to do so with SexyBookmarks as well.

  • It is appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it’s time to be happy. I’ve read this post and if I could I wish to suggest you few interesting things or advice. Perhaps you can write next articles referring to this article. I want to read even more things about it!

  • Joss0ne2

    How come the little phrases like “Share and ejoy!” are not translated according to our language, french in my case?

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