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Translate your store with pro translation engines

After the app installation, you can translate content with one pro translation engine and get higher quality translations (instead of automatic translation where the app uses seven machine translation engines).

LangShop integrates with Google and DeepL translation engines. For this, you need to have a paid subscription and a generated API key in your account that you can enable in LangShop Settings > Translation engines.




Edit translations manually

You have full access to edit translations manually for each version of your store.


  1. From your LangShop admin, go to Translations > Products.
    You can select any other category where you want to edit translations.

  2. Select a product from the list.


4.Open the language tab.

5. Start editing product info.

6. Click Save.

If you already have translations for products, collections, pages, you can use LangShop import and load translations with CSV or PO file format.

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The CSV (PO) file structure differs from the Shopify's one as it only imports translations (target languages).

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Get to know the app better, learn how to import product translations.

Order translations with TextMaster


If you don't want to spend a lot of time translating your online store into five or more languages, the app took care of integration with the industry-leading translation agency. You can order professional translations handled by native speakers directly inside the app interface.

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Get to know the app better, learn how to order translations.

Customize language & currency switcher

By default, LangShop adds language and currency switcher to your storefront (for all the themes). However, all the elements are visible to Admin-only or store owners.

Before publishing the button with default styles, you can adapt it to your store design, change colors, position, size, font, text in the app settings, and change the status to Published afterward.


  1. From your LangShop admin, go to Settings > Switchers.

  2. At the left-side panel, find Language & currency switcher.

    language and currency switcher

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  3. Tap Customize.

  4. Apply new changes.

  5. Click Save.

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Get to know the app better, learn more about customizing a language & currency switcher.

Translate third-party apps

LangShop continues its integration with third-party apps on Shopify to be able to translate apps content. You can check the list of currently available apps in the Apps section. For this go to Integrations.


If you can't find the app in the Apps section, you can always translate third-party apps content using dynamic translation. The logic of the dynamic translation feature lies in finding and replacing texts into different languages.

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Get to know the app better, learn more about dynamic translation.

Translate static text, images & tags

You will need to create a LangShop theme if you have static text which inserts directly in the theme code, sort your inventory with tags, and want to change images for every language version in your online store.


Shopify doesn't have native functionality to translate tags, images, and static text in the original theme.


  1. From your LangShop admin, go to Translations > Themes.

  2. Select a theme.

  3. Click on Actions > Duplicate Theme.

  4. In the dialog window, click Create to confirm the action.

duplicate theme

Please wait for LangShop to create a LangShop theme. Make sure to publish the LangShop theme and check translations for tags, images, and static text on the storefront.

Get to know the app better, learn more about the LangShop theme.

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