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The Turbo.net Hub now has first-class support for international versions of applications.
To access a language-specific version of an application, append the language code after the primary repository name. For example, since chrome is the default version of the Google Chrome browser, chrome-es identifies the Spanish language version.
Available languages are listed on both the application repository and application portal pages.
The first internationalized applications in the Turbo.net Hub are Chrome and Firefox, with images built in German, French, and Spanish. To view these examples, visit:
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