To open XLIFF files, you can use any text editor that supports the format (such as Notepad, Sublime Text, or Notepad++), use online services, or Localazy - the online translation management system explicitly made for working with translation file formats.
Localazy offers a clutter-free way to browse, edit and manage localization files of many formats.
To open XLIFF files using the Localazy interface, sign up, create a new translation project and upload the XLIFF file. You’ll then be able to browse the content of the file in a user-friendly environment.
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