Supported file types for translation in Lingpad

Supported file types for translation

The list below contains the file types we support for translation. Please reach out to us at hello@lingpad.com if your preferred file type is not on the list.  


Mobile


.plist
.strings
.xliff
.resx
.stringsdict
.xml



Applications


.csv
.rc
.xliff
.json
.resjson
.xml
.plist
.resw
.yaml
.po
.resx
.yml
.pot
.xlf




Design


.idml





Documents


.docx
.odt
.txt
.mif
.pdf
.xlf
.odg
.ppt
.xls
.odp
.pptx
.xlsx
.ods
.rtf

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