Backtracks Player supports localization (i10n) and internationalization (i18n). Backtracks supports any language in the podcast player UI and audio content. The process of localization and internationalization are related to how you adapt your content to different locales, languages, and markets around the world.
Do you have a worldwide audience for your content? Is your content in a non-English language? If you answered “Yes” to either of those questions then Backtracks can help. Learn how to customize the Backtracks player for any language or audience here.
Examples of how to localize the audio or podcast media player interface to support different languages and text?
Here is an example of setting the Backtracks Player user interface to support Spanish (Latin America). Text, labels, and tooltips may be set to any value. In this example, the audio is Spanish language audio.
Here is an example of using the same audio, but overriding the player UI to be in Japanese:
To check out other advanced features of the Backtracks Player visit, https://developer.backtracks.fm.