Languages are the ability to acquire and use complex systems of communication, particularly the human ability to do so, and a language is any specific example of such a system.
According to article on wikipedia, language localization differs from translation activity because it involves a comprehensive study of the target culture in order to correctly adapt the product to local needs.
The localisation process is most generally related to the cultural adaptation and translation of software, video games and websites, as well as audio/voiceover, video or other multimedia content, and less frequently to any written translation (which may also involve cultural adaptation processes). Localisation can be done for regions or countries where people speak different languages or where the same language is spoken: for instance, different dialects of Spanish, with different idioms, are spoken in Spain and in Latin American countries.*
In the research of linguisticsociety.org as of 2009 there are 6,909 languages in the world. Ofcourse we don’t support them all but instead we support the most widely spoken languages in the world.
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and more on the way.
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Few would argue the significance of language in the evolution of the human species. Language serves many critical functions within the human experience, from keeping us safe to social engagement. While communication certainly exists in other species, the depth and complexity of the human language is second to none.
Although linguists and psychologists tend to agree about the importance of language, there is some disagreement about how language acquisition occurs. Are we born with a clean slate when it comes to language, or do we enter the world with a set of language skills ready to be put to use?