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Google’s Android operating system for mobile phones is all set to release its thirteenth version. Google has already shared the full details of Android 13. Apart from that, this version is currently available as a beta version on selected smartphones. Compared to the previous version, Android 13 OS users are expected to have options to customize their mobile apps in various ways.
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Samsung Galaxy smartphones and Google Pixel phones have already been updated to Android 13 OS.
As most internet services and products, apps and websites are being made available in regional languages, many smartphone companies are offering or trying to provide their mobile UI, OS and instructions in local languages.
Usually there is an option in mobile settings which language to use. If you select it, the entire mobile interface will be displayed only in the language you selected. So you can use each app in each language if you are stuck with using only one language as a whole. This option is currently available on Samsung and Google Pixel phones and here are instructions on how to use it.
How to Set Different Languages for Different Apps on Samsung and Google Pixel Smartphones
- Go to the settings section of your phone
- Scroll down to the General Management option
- Select App Languages
- Choose the app you want to change the language from the list on the mobile screen
- Choose the language you want to use and the region (region selection is not visible on Google Pixel)
- The specific app will be displayed in the selected language
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Although this custom selection is only available in Android 13, Google may think of and update some way to use it for earlier Android versions. For those who know multiple languages, this is very useful.