What is translation.rdio.com?
Rdio is expanding internationally, and we want help from our global community to make Rdio available in the many languages they’d like to see it in.
Once the community gets a language to a level of translation where it makes sense to enable it, we will make it available for all users here.
How can I get started?
While logged into your Rdio account, visit translation.rdio.com to see a list of the languages we're currently working on. Click the language you know to get started on translations.
Tips and best practices:
- When translating a string, please try to keep them as close in length (or shorter) to the source text as possible.
- Search for specific strings to translate by typing them into the search box on the lower left-hand corner of the screen.
- The arrow to the right of the search box lets you select where to search for the string, including source or target text.
- To get straight to strings that haven't been translated yet, filter by Incomplete or Untranslated.
- To view and vote on strings that have existing translation suggestions, filter by Suggestions.
- Once you've entered a translation, be sure to save your translation with “Suggest”.
- Translations also need votes or "likes" to be suggested as a best choice.
Why isn't the language I’m working on available in on Rdio yet?
Generally, a language won’t become available until it’s fully localized. If you think your language is ready for primetime, but don’t yet see it available on Rdio.com, please let us know at email@example.com.
I’m not seeing a language available for translation!
If there's a language you are passionate about, and would like to see included on Rdio, please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.