After 8 months of hard work, our multi-language solution for Webflow is now live!

Hey everyone! :wave:

About two weeks ago we launched Linguana, a new multi-language solution for Webflow that we’ve been working on for the past 8 months.

Before you start asking how it compares to Weglot, there are a couple of diferentiators:

  • Subdirectory structure instead of subdomains (i.e.,, etc.)
  • Translatable URL slugs in all packages
  • Much cheaper pricing, not dependent on number of words
  • Optional AI translations, manual translations are free
  • Linguana does not overwrite manual translations with AI
  • Publishing each page separately (for example if you redesign the source page in Webflow completely, the translated versions will still be the old version until you sync, translate & publish changes in Linguana)

But I suggest you try it out for yourself with our free plan, and see how you like it! :smile:

It took over 1219 tickets in Asana and more than 2087 hours of work to get it to where it is now, so I would be super happy to get any kind of feedback from you guys.


I hope that you are rewarded for your hard work. I will dive into your offering if I need to deploy a multilingual site on Webflow. Good luck with your project.

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Thank you Jeff! Feel free to reach out if you have any specific questions or need help with the onboarding process.

Congrats on your launch @Flowout-Luka site looks fantastic and your offering looks solid! Thanks for sharing it!

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Thank you Chris, we appreciate the support!

Great work Luka, love that the community has another option if it comes down to multi-language solutions. Unless you need 1 or unlimited languages/words, Linguana is considerably more expensive than Weglot. Or am I missing something?

Looks quite promising!

Since Webflow is developing its own multilanguage feature right now I don’t know if it’s worth it for me switching to Linguana.

But nevertheless it seems like a solid product with a better and simpler UX than what Weglot has to offer. It’s nice to see so many great tools that come from the Webflow community! :partying_face:

Thank you Franne! Weglot charges for the same amount of words like you would translate them every month, while we charge only for the amount of words you auto-translate using credits ($1 = 1000 credits = 1000 translated words). If you don’t use auto-translations, you don’t pay for them - only the fixed amount for the plan you choose.

Thank you, we appreciate the encouragement :heart:

looks good, but I believe the jump between 0 and 49/mo is a bit too steep.

Thanks for your feedback, Francesco. We’re working on updating our pricing plans so keep an eye out for more information soon.

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I also welcome alternatives! But I think you’ll have to rethink your pricing.

I guess most sites we will be in the “mid range” – and they are definitely more expensive with your Price plan, credits or not. An example: With Weglot I had a page with Business plan, two translated languages and less than 50000 words. That costs 24$ a month. At 49$ pr month you would be twice as expensive. PLUS the need to buy more Credits if I ever should run out of the first 50k autotranslated words…?

I look forward to you making a Starter priceplan at about 15$ a month, for 1 project. That’s probably the “sweet spot” for many small scale users. The “individual” plan at 49$, could instead have room for 5 projects…?

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Hi Luka- has support been shut down for the Linguana? I bought the lifetime plan, so it would be good to know. thank you Julien

Gotcha, thanks for the feedback. We’re actually looking at our pricing right now and taking everything into consideration, including your feedback.

No, of course not! We’re alive and well :smiley:

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Hey everyone, just a quick update! We’re currently developing a new pricing plan, and you can find more details on our pricing page.

It’s a work in progress, but I’ll keep you posted once it’s live. :rocket:

This is great however if you select the language dropdown on the bottom left of your landing page and change to German or Spanish and then select English again it doesn’t work.

Thanks for bringing it up, we just fixed it.