This app allows easy opening and editing of XLIFF files.
If you are a translator, this app is the easiest way to edit the XLIFF files without having to make sure the file structure stays intact.
If you are a developer you can use "NSLocalizedStrings" in your code and the "Xcode Export Localization" command to easily generate XLIFF files to translate yourself or to send to a translator.
Reintroduced the possibility to double click on the notes column to copy its contents
Ratings and Reviews
Needs a way to modify the target-language setting
Definitely useful for editing language strings without digging into the XLIFF file itself. The big thing it is missing is a way to add/edit the <file target-language=“XX”> tag.
This App is useful.
I like this app. For me it will be better if I could see the notes too.
A little Problem
I have a NSLocalized String that contains line breaks like " \n " iXliff displays the original in multiple lines, but you can not generate a translation past the first line.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.