In-app localization

December 9, 2012

Hi guys!

It’s been a LONG time since my last post – I was busy lately getting married to the lovely Einat 🙂

This time I wanted to tell you about how we added in-app localization to Any.DO

Since we added localization to Any.DO a few months ago, we got a lot of feedback asking us to add the option to change the language from inside the app.
As you all know, the common localization method is to simply use NSLocalizedString(key, comment) – a macro for [[NSBundle mainBundle] localizedStringForKey:(key) value:@”” table:nil].

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Any.DO and WWDC – Unrelated except for coolness

June 13, 2012

This week we have two reasons to celebrate.


The first reason is that Any.DO, my baby, was finally released to the App Store with great success (Over 100K downloads in the first 24 hours)

For those of you who haven’t heard of it – Any.DO is a wonderful Task management tool that was released to the Android market a few months ago and is considered one of the most elegant and popular apps on the Android market, and has been named on many lists of top apps for Android (including the New york times).

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