As the audience of Freemake.com keeps growing, and more and more people choose our freeware to cope with multimedia processing tasks, we do our best to make our users' experience more pleasant and successful. Therefore, we are releasing Japanese and Spanish versions of our website.
Now Japanese and Spanish speaking users can not only navigate our website in their native languages but also receive the qualified technical assistance in Japanese and Spanish. Soon the new language versions of Freemake free software will also be available.
We tend to make our tools as easy as possible. At the same time we understand that any app may seem complicated when you see it for the first time. That's why we try to make your experience simpler by adding localization to our tools and freeware. No doubt, it will be much comfortable to navigate if you see the commands and text in your mother tongue.
As already said, we started with the Spanish and Japanese versions. Spanish, also called the Castilian language, is a Western Roman language that has millions of native-speakers around the world. After Mandarin Chinese, Spanish is considered to be the most spoken native language.
Almost 75% of modern Spanish words are derived from Latin. There are also words coming from Ancient Greek and Arabic, Basque, Visigothic, Celtiberian, Italian, French, Sardinian, Occitan, and other languages.
Spanish is one of the official languages of the United Nations, of the European Union, the Organization of American States, the African Union and numerous other international organizations.
It is spoken in 20 countries: Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Spain, Peru Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Guatemala, Cuba, Paraguay, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Honduras, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Panama, Uruguay, Equatorial Guinea, Nicaragua.
Japanese is an East Asian language spoken by almost 130 million people. It’s the native language in Japan. Although Japanese has no genetic relationship with Chinese, it makes great use of Chinese characters (kanji). Together with it, the Japanese writing system includes two scripts: hiragana and katakana. Latin script has little use.
We are glad to introduce Maria, a passionate fan of the Japanese and Spanish languages. Maria adores Japan where she has been numerous times as a tourist and a volunteer. She has not explored all Spanish cultures yet, but she will for sure do it one day.
Maria has passed international exams to prove the language skills. Thus you can be sure that you will deal with a high-professional specialist.
We are sure that Maria will do her best to help you understand what Freemake is about, explain to you how to use our tools, and how to resolve any issue you might face.
From now one, you can contact us in Japanese or in Spanish. You don’t need to use the translation tools anymore. Neither you need to ask your friends with the English language if you don’t know it well.
Feel free to contact us anytime via email. However, we kindly ask you to contact us in general Spanish and general Japanese. We won’t be able to understand and reply emails in local dialects.