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Hi there,

And thanks for considering translating Contact Owner!

Just a quick introduction, please read through this before getting to work. These are not rules, just some hints to help you get started.

* All current Contact Owner strings are listed in this document, including the application name, icon text and the Android Market description.

* You're free to leave the app name and/or icon text (or pretty much any text) untranslated if you think it makes sense. It's your call. Just keep in mind that most of the users will not be tech-savvy and may not speak English.

* Note that some of the strings contain placeholders (e.g. "%s phone") which will be replaced with some string (e.g. "home phone") at runtime. Depending on your language, it may make more sense to move around the placeholder, (e.g. make it something like "Phone at %s" as in "Phone at home").

* If you're also interested in contributing code or editing the translation directly in the XML resource files, send me an email or use the contact form.

Now, go wild! Click on the "Translations" tab below to start translating.

Cheers,
Paranoid Android.
Hi there,

And thanks for considering translating Contact Owner!

Just a quick introduction, please read through this before getting to work. These are not rules, just some hints to help you get started.

* All current Contact Owner strings are listed in this document, including the application name, icon text and the Android Market description.

* You're free to leave the app name and/or icon text (or pretty much any text) untranslated if you think it makes sense. It's your call. Just keep in mind that most of the users will not be tech-savvy and may not speak English.

* Note that some of the strings contain placeholders (e.g. "%s phone") which will be replaced with some string (e.g. "home phone") at runtime. Depending on your language, it may make more sense to move around the placeholder, (e.g. make it something like "Phone at %s" as in "Phone at home").

* If you're also interested in contributing code or editing the translation directly in the XML resource files, send me an email or use the contact form.

Now, go wild! Click on the "Translations" tab below to start translating.

Cheers,
Paranoid Android.
Hi there,

And thanks for considering translating Contact Owner!

Just a quick introduction, please read through this before getting to work. These are not rules, just some hints to help you get started.

* All current Contact Owner strings are listed in this document, including the application name, icon text and the Android Market description.

* You're free to leave the app name and/or icon text (or pretty much any text) untranslated if you think it makes sense. It's your call. Just keep in mind that most of the users will not be tech-savvy and may not speak English.

* Note that some of the strings contain placeholders (e.g. "%s phone") which will be replaced with some string (e.g. "home phone") at runtime. Depending on your language, it may make more sense to move around the placeholder, (e.g. make it something like "Phone at %s" as in "Phone at home").

* If you're also interested in contributing code or editing the translation directly in the XML resource files, send me an email or use the contact form.

Now, go wild! Click on the "Translations" tab below to start translating.

Cheers,
Paranoid Android.
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Contact Ownerご利用の方へ

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