Maxon Forger Now Available In Leading World Languages

Maxon, part of the Nemetschek Group and based in Friedrichsdorf, Germany, has made its Forger mobile sculpting app more accessible by adding multi-language support, now including English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian and Spanish.

There are plans to add additional languages in future. Now when an artist opens Forger, it will automatically use the language and region settings on the user’s mobile device, with the option to select a different language manually if required.

Maxon provides software for content creators working in 2D and 3D design, motion graphics, visual effects and visualization. Its product portfolio includes the Cinema 4D suite of 3D modeling, simulation and animation technology; the Red Giant lineup of editing, motion design and filmmaking tools; the Redshift renderer, and ZBrush digital sculpting and painting system; and then Forger itself.

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