Hotel Tonight is a popular mobile travel app that provides an easy way to book same-day hotel stays. When the team decided to expand their global reach, it became obvious that the company’s goal of becoming the world’s most-loved hotel booking app would require translating and localizing Hotel Tonight. Learn how Hotel Tonight overcame their challenges by partnering with Smartling. The Challenge: Deliver a High-Quality Mobile Experience in New Markets
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