You probably have text strings in your iOS and macOS apps that didn’t, and should, get wrapped for localization. With so many source files it’s easy to miss one. Plus, they hide in your source code looking like strings that should not get localized. You know they are there hiding from you.
The El Loco Tools macOS app hunts unwrapped strings and lets you wrestle them into submission. It’s your choice, mark them as never needing to be localized, wrap them for localization, or stand up and say "I don’t know. Gonna leave this string alone for now".
Today you’ll know with certainty that all the strings that should get localized, will get localized. And as an added bonus, the next time you update your app and look for unwrapped strings, the only strings you’ll be shown will be the "I don’t know" strings, and new ones you added.
Added a request to allow the app to log a count of the top five programming language source code files in your app so that we can know which languages to focus on next.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.