Effortlessly Translate Your Website with Multilingualizer

June 21, 2016

12:30 pm

While English is widely spoken around the globe, there are still over 6.900 other languages spoken in different parts of the world. Chinese is the most commonly spoken language right now, with English, Spanish, Hindi and Arabic coming afterwards. If your business is aimed to cater the international markets, you should consider offering a multi-language option on your website. And there’s a great and simple tool for that.

Founded by Dave Hilditch, former head of search technology for Skyscanner, Multilingualizer is your simple getaway to better customer experience for the international market.

How Multilingualizer Works


The software is brilliantly simple – purchase a 12-months license for a one-time fee, install the software and start using it. All you need to do now is to make the translations (the app does not include mechanical translations) and simply add the new texts to your page through the admin panel. Keep different the text blocks in different languages separated with 4 full stops, and the tool will hide the text your users don’t need to see. Your customers will just need to click on the respective flag in the top right corner and switch to a localized website version.

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Multilingualizer is lightweight and doesn’t slow down your website, meaning the customer experience will stay flawless. The tool chooses which language to display based on the user’s default browser language, but you can also choose to disable auto-language selection and set a default language e.g. English.

Key Features


Compatible with All Languages

Multilingualizer works perfectly with all languages, whether they are left-to-right or right-to-left. It automatically adds the right type of HTML tags to display the texts accurately and adds a custom CSS class to style the texts differently per-language.


Unlike other localization tools, Multilingualizer stores your translations within your website page, meaning Google can see, index and rank your page in different languages. In other words, French speakers will find your website if they make search in French. Your website gets rankings in different languages, making it even more easy for international customers to discover your services.

No Recurring Monthly Fees

You pay an installment fee for 12-months (starting at just £99) and get charged for the amount of websites you’d like to use the tool for. No additional charges for growing traffic, extra languages or monthly recurring payments.

No Extra Coding Required

You don’t need to hire a developer to get the tool installed, or make any tweaks to your existing design or page template. Multilingualizer works perfectly with all WordPress, Shopify, Squarespace, Drupal, Magento and Flow themes, as well as any other web platforms that allow you to add custom JavaScript/HTML code.

You don’t need to create any extra pages or additional navigation to display localized pages. Simply add all the translations to an existing page and the tool will display the appropriate ones (and hide the rest) for your viewers.

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Dianna is a former ESL teacher and World Teach volunteer, currently living in France. She’s slightly addicted to apps and viral media trends and helps different companies with product localization and content strategies. You can tweet her at @dilabrien

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