Download language files for AppGini

The generated scripts include a separate language file (language.php) that can be customized to change the language of the users interface (the admin interface is coming soon as well).

The default "language.php" file is for English language. Here are links to other language versions of that file. Click any link below to download the language file, unzip it, and copy it to the folder containing the generated scripts. It will replace the English language file.

Afrikaans Afrikaans [Preview] Contributed by Chris van der Westhuizen
Arabic-UTF8 Arabic-UTF8 [Preview] Contributed by Ali Alkasem, last updated by Abu Saud. Please see the Arabic AppGini page.
Bosnian Bosnian [Preview] Contributed by Zeljko Bobic
Brazilian Portuguese Brazilian Portuguese [Preview] Contributed by Marcelo P. Vitoria, latest update by Marcelo Vitoria
Bulgarian-UTF8 Bulgarian-UTF8 [Preview] Contributed by Vladimir Philipov
Catalan Catalan [Preview] Contributed by Luis Das Neves, updated by Andreu de Haro
Chinese Simplified Chinese Simplified [Preview] Contributed by Xiao Kuan Ren. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Chinese Traditional Chinese Traditional [Preview] Contributed by Xiao Kuan Ren. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Croatian Croatian [Preview] Contributed by Zeljko Bobic
Czech Czech [Preview] Contributed by Lukáš Grosman. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Danish-UTF8 Danish-UTF8 [Preview] Contributed by Gert Bue Jensen, HenrikTH, updated by John Schwartz
Dutch Dutch [Preview] Contributed by Jaap Oosterhoff, last updated by Ron Poppen. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Estonian Estonian [Preview] Contributed by Tartu Aleksandr Puskini Kool
Farsi-UTF8 Farsi-UTF8 [Preview] Contributed by Fadhel Mohamed. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Finnish Finnish [Preview] Contributed by Juha Rasilainen. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
French French [Preview] Contributed by Claude Drouin. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Georgian-utf8 Georgian-utf8 [Preview] Contributed by Vakhtang Taktakidze
German German [Preview] Contributed by Dieter Hummel, Willi Renkens, updated by Olaf
Greek-UTF8 Greek-UTF8 [Preview] Contributed by Pavlos Gkounelas. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Hebrew Hebrew [Preview] Contributed by Michael Tessler, Please use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini.
Hungarian Hungarian [Preview] Contributed by anonymous
Indonesian Indonesian [Preview] Contributed by Husari Jarkasi
Italian Italian [Preview] Contributed by Gianfranco Cometti, updated by Massimo Ghielmi
Japanese Japanese [Preview] Contributed by Satoshi Minamoto, Be Sharp
Korean Korean [Preview] Contributed by Ryan Doyle
Norwegian Bokmal Norwegian Bokmal [Preview] Contributed by Egil Hansen, updated to AppGini 5.60 by Thor Eric Vågen Jægtnes
Polish Polish [Preview] Contributed by Tomasz Pawlik
Portuguese Portuguese [Preview] Contributed by Yann Carlier and Daniel Luis
Romanian Romanian [Preview] Contributed by Aram Stuparu
Russian Russian [Preview] Contributed by Alexander from Ukraine. Please use UTF-8 encoding.
Serbian Latin Serbian Latin [Preview] Contributed by Filip Obradović. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Sinhala Sinhala [Preview] Contributed by Susith Athukorala
Slovakian Slovakian [Preview] Contributed by Joseph Gregor
Slovenian Slovenian [Preview] Contributed by Maks Zbogar. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Spanish Spanish [Preview] Contributed by Carlos Quan, latest update by Nelson Martins Silva
Swedish Swedish [Preview] Contributed by Anders Sundberg
Turkish Turkish [Preview] Contributed by Haydar YILDIZ, updated by Ersin Eser. Use Unicode UTF-8 encoding in AppGini
Can't find your own language in the above list? Why not contribute a translation? If you send us a UTF* language file for a language not listed above, or a language listed above with a non-UTF* encoding, we'll gladly give you a generous discount on AppGini Pro!
* We prefer UTF encoding for any language rather than older standards. When saving the translated language.php file, please use a file encoding of UTF-8 without BOM (sometimes refered to as ANSI as UTF-8). The default Windows NotePad editor doesn't support this encoding, but there are many free text editors that support it. For example, the amazing NotePad++ editor.