Date: March 18, 2010, 7-9 PM
Topic: iPhone App Localization and the China Smartphone Market
Location: Adobe headquarters, Park Conference Room East Tower, 345 Park Ave., San Jose, CA. Click here for a map and info on transit, nearby restaurants and more. http://www.imug.org/adobe/
Admission: free for IMUG members, $4 for non-members. IMUG membership is only $20/year, $15/renewal, or $100 for lifetime membership. You can pay with PayPal via the following link. Cash and checks also accepted at our events.
Please RSVP via Meetup. Adobe has requested RSVPs so that badges can be prepared in advance. You won't be turned away if you don't, but there will be a delay while your badge is prepared. If you RSVP at least 24 hours in advance it will be waiting for you at the desk.
About the Event:
Bo Lin of iPhone Localizer < http://www.iphonelocalizer.com/ > will discuss app localization issues and introduce the China smartphone app market:
iPhone Localizer — what we do: localization, development, distribution, support and promotion
iPhone app localization options — from free web tools to professional services
Overview of the professional iPhone app localization process and the App Store submission process
Case study of a successful app localization, including problems it presented and how those problems were overcome
A brief overview of the Chinese iPhone app market
Bo Lin is COO and co-founder of iPhone Localizer. She is an entrepreneur, localization expert, and computer professional. iPhone Localizer, based in California and China, brings smartphone apps to the world. The company localizes iPhone apps for all 31 iPhone supported languages, develops cross-platform, multilingual mobile apps, and distributes multilingual iPhone apps to all 77 country App Stores. The company also offers in-country app support worldwide and marketing services for apps in Asian countries. By localizing smartphone apps and developing cross-platform multilingual apps, iPhone Localizer assists clients in creating mobile content for smartphone app platforms and providing mobile enterprise solutions.
Going to Worldware?
Several IMUG members are planning to carpool from the Worldware conference in Santa Clara. Post to the IMUG Meetup group or reply to the Yahoo! Group moderator address if you are offering or seeking a carpool.
Direct light rail service is also available on the 902 line from the Santa Clara Convention Center to the downtown San Jose Convention Center station very close to Adobe headquarters. See these links for more details on getting to Adobe HQ: