With Crowdin’s Google Play integration, you can speed up the process of your app’s data localization. Once the integration is enabled, all the texts from the store page are collected in one file and added to your project in Crowdin. When translations are completed, it takes a few clicks to add them to your app’s page in the store.
To connect Google Play with your project in Crowdin, follow these steps:
You can edit the package name if you entered it incorrectly, and you can delete the integration if needed.
The integration will collect the source texts into a file which will be placed in Content > Files. By default, the file name is set to
To publish translations, follow these steps:
To publish translations from Crowdin directly to your Google Play project, you need to configure access to your Google Play Console beforehand.
To create and add your service account credentials, follow these steps:
Link Google Play Console with Google Cloud project:
Link an existing project or create a new one.
Generate service account credentials:
Go to Service accounts. If prompted, select one of the existing projects.
Click Create Service Account.
Specify the service account name and click Create and Continue.
From the Role list, select Service Accounts > Service Account User and click Done.
Open the Actions menu on the created service account and select Manage keys.
In the Keys tab, click Add key > Create new key.
Select JSON and click Create.
A JSON file that contains your service account credentials will be downloaded to your machine.
Grant access to your service account:
In the Google Play Console, go to Setup > API access and click Grant access on your service account.
In the Account permissions tab, select the following permissions:
After it, you can use the file with your service account credentials to publish your translations from Crowdin to Google Play.