Why I Translated to Dutch and How It Worked Out

July 22nd, 2008 Amir

Holland, with it’s 16.5 million people population is by far not the largest country in Europe. Still, translating to Dutch has been one of my best investments recently.

My program, Passport Photo is used to print pictures for passports. Instead of paying a ridiculously high fee for printing them in special passport booths, people can print them at home, or at a shop – like ordinary photos.

Before the Dutch translation, Passport Photo was already translated to German, Spanish, French, Portuguese. These languages cover most of the people living in the Western Hemisphere, including:

So, how comes I decided to pick Dutch, as the next European language to translate to?

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