Lokalise offers five subscription plans that provide different number of seats (team users), hosted translation keys, and features included. Please note that the maximum number of projects is not limited on paid plans: you can create as many translation projects as needed.


Available plans


Find more information about the Free plan in the corresponding article.


  • Suitable for: small teams and early stage startups.

  • Number of seats: 10.

  • Number of hosted keys: 5000.

  • Monthly active users (MAU) for mobile SDK: 50 000.

  • Features included:
    — Collaborative web-based editor
    — Tasks
    — Mobile SDK
    — API and CLI tool
    — GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket integrations
    — Productivity integrations (Jira, Slack, webhooks etc.)
    — Automations
    — Spelling checks
    — Project activity


  • Suitable for: small and medium-sized businesses.

  • Number of seats: 10.

  • Number of hosted keys: 10 000.

  • Monthly active users (MAU) for mobile SDK: 200 000.

  • Features included:
    — All features of the Start plan
    — Screenshots
    — Chained tasks
    — Inline machine translation
    — Translation memory
    — Translation history
    — Glossary
    — Mobile and web in-context editors
    — Translators statistics
    — Paged documents (DOC and HTML)
    — Automatic project snapshots
    — WordPress integration
    — HubSpot integration


  • Suitable for: anyone seeking advanced localization tools.

  • Number of seats: 15.

  • Number of hosted keys: 30 000.

  • Monthly active users (MAU) for mobile SDK: 1 000 000.

  • Features included:
    — All features of the Essential plan
    — Initial setup assistance
    — Project branching
    — Adobe XD, Sketch, and Figma plugins
    — Zendesk Guides, Intercom Articles, Storyblok, and Contentful integrations
    — Asana integration
    — Azure Repos integration
    — Amazon S3 and Google Cloud Storage integrations
    — Translation memory management and multiple translation memory strorages
    — Custom translation statuses
    — User groups
    — Shared glossaries
    — GitHub enterprise integration
    — Bitbucket enterprise integration


  • Suitable for: large businesses or those in highly regulated industries.

  • Number of seats: custom.

  • Number of hosted keys: custom.

  • Monthly active users (MAU) for mobile SDK: custom.

  • Features included:
    — All features of the Pro plan
    — Priority support
    — Dedicated manager
    — Feature requests
    — Audit logs
    — Vendor rate profiles
    — Single-sign on
    — Salesforce integration

Payment methods

Credit card

Currently the primary payment method is a credit or a debit card. A payment card can be attached only at the user level. Payment card details are not shared among team members. You need to enter card details while making an order and it will be automatically saved for future orders.

Nobody can see your payment details. Every user, who wants to make an order has to enter card details. It could be the same card. The invoices will be issued in the name of the company.

You can change the payment card under the team settings. Click on your avatar in the bottom left corner and choose Team settings.

Next, navigate to the Billing tab and click the Use different card link.

In the dialog box choose the Other card option and press Update.

Enter your card number, expiration date, and CVC. Finally, click Update card details.

Bank transfer

We can issue an invoice for payment via bank transfer.

Required information for bank transfer:

  • Subscription plan name.

  • Legal company name.

  • Address of the company.

  • Contact person’s e-mail address.

Please note that bank transfer is only available in the case of an annual payment.

Extending your subscription

If your current subscription expires soon there is no any action required from your side.

  • If you were paying via bank transfer, we will invoice you 3-4 weeks in advance.

  • If you subscribed using a card, the system will charge you automatically.

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