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Findery: Now in 9 more languages!

by on September 12, 2015

Big news! Findery for iOS is now available in 10 languages.

Findery Post image

What’s New?

Findery is a big global product, and it makes us so happy to announce that Findery for iOS is now available in 10 languages! They are English (as it has been, since the beginning), Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, and Spanish. Now you can read notes in any of these languages–and, as always, write in any language at all. You won’t miss out on great notes either, because an auto-translation option is now available so you can convert every note into your preferred language.

How does it work?

If you’ve set the default language on your iPhone to one of the 9 new languages, you’ll receive the appropriate language version upon installing the update. Here is a screenshot of the setting screen from iOS for “Language and Region” where the languages are set.

Findery Screengrab

If a note is in a language other than your preferred language, you have the option of seeing a translation of a note, auto-translated, with just a push of a button. Since these are machine translations, idioms and other expressions may get “lost in translation,” but the gist of the note will be conveyed. Translation services have been getting better and better year by year. Maybe one day we’ll all have a Babel Fish in our ears or apps. This is the first step into the future!

Findery Language Screengrab

Other new features & improvements

We are always working to improve, so, in addition to the new language support, you’ll find other features and fixes.

+ We’ve added related notes so you can find out more about a place, topic, or Findery member after reading a note. You’ll find these related notes at the bottom of the full note view.

+ A new first-run walkthrough will help first-time users feel at home.

Download the latest version from the App Store, and check out the latest and greatest. And if you’re on the web, or Android, we’ve got you covered too!

We look forward to finding your notes on Findery!

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