Localized Foxit® PhantomPDF™

Foxit has more than 130 million users around the world. These users live in over 150 different countries and speak many different languages. To better meet the needs of this worldwide user base, Foxit PhantomPDF now comes in multiple languages, giving users more choices to best meet their language needs.

In order to provide excellent user experience, Foxit uses professional resources to develop the localized versions of PhantomPDF. While using the localized version, users can expect the same quality as the English version.  In addition to translations, the spacing of messages have been adjusted to account for the varying length of messages in different languages.  Users will find that the translation of the software user interface friendly, standard, and very easy to understand.

Currently, Foxit has released 6 language versions of PhantomPDF: English, German, French, Simplified Chinese, Hong Kong Traditional Chinese, and Korean.  A Japanese version is coming soon.

Which country are you from? Which language version of PhantomPDF do you need? Please vote below on which language you think PhantomPDF should be localized to in the future:

  • Spanish
  • Hindi
  • Arabic
  • Thai
  • Italian
  • Farsi
  • Malay
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Polish
  • Turkish
  • Czech
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3 Comments

  1. I downloaded foxit reader, but each time I try to register I get the answer: please input the picture has 4 caracters.
    I know I had the right caracters, but it doesn´t help, Ik can´t register this way.I´m living in the Ntherlands, ( I´m not working anymore)

    Reply
  2. Ahmad Rady

     /  February 13, 2012

    Hi Guys,

    Does Foxit support RTL languages? like Arabic, Farsi,..etc…
    Waiting for your feedback.

    Thanks in advance.

    Reply
    • Hi Ahmad,
      Thank you for your comments, we do not support RTL officially yet, but it is definitely on our road map.
      What you can do is go to our forum, there are lots of users offer different language packs made by themselves.

      Please let me know if you have any question.

      Nate Zou

      Reply

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