Maybe this helps. Justin, my colleague, uses http://crowdin.com to manage
localization of our service.
Crowdin has associations with professional translation services. In
practice this is very very handy, and it doesn't cost a lot of money. You
can already get localized strings for 5 cent per word.
The localized strings are good in quality. When translators don't exactly
now what a particular english string means they will be able to get in
contact with you.
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