Multi Language Support

We have now added multi-language capability to our existing multi-currency handling making Chillifire a truly international service. For your Hotspot users this means they can change the language of the Hotspot purchasing process by the click of a button (or a flag that is) and purchase and consume your Hotspot services in their language.
In particular if you have a lot of travellers frequenting your hotspot location, this can really boost your online business.

The default language can be chosen in your account update screen in the Chillifire control panel. The default language is the language the webpage comes up first, when a browser is opened. The flags are visual clues which will be understood by anyone, that by clicking them the service can be viewed in a different language.

We are starting off the international service by offering German as the first non-English language. We will be adding further languages over time as translations become available.

If your own language is not yet represented, please contact us and we provide you our language file for your translation. The file is reasonably short and all can be done well within an hour. We will add your new translations to the hotspot website and everybody wins. And we will throw in some discounts on our service to sweeten the deal.

To start off with we are particularly interested in the following languages as we have strong interest from areas where these languages are spoken: Check, Traditional Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Finish, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai and Turkish. But as we said, we are more than happy to add any other languages, if someone goes through the trouble of translating them.

We trust you will enjoy this new feature

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2 Responses to Multi Language Support

  1. Adrian Crouch says:

    Hi guys,

    Do you have a spanish translation underway already? If not, send the file through to me and I’ll see if I can get it done for you.

    Adrian

  2. admin says:

    A Spanish translation is now available.