Following last week’s addition of its eagerly anticipated worldwide media player for Android, the messaging juggernaut owned by Meta is currently planning to add a new App language setting to its app. Users will be able to manually change the app’s language to their preferred option without changing the device’s system language. Look at the information below.
WhatsApp to Soon Get an App Language Setting
A recent report by the reputed WhatsApp beta tracker WABetaInfo claimed that the firm may soon permit Android users to manually change the app’s language using a new App language setting in WhatsApp’s most current beta build for Android (v18.104.22.168).
For those who are unaware, WhatsApp supports 60 different languages across the globe on Android, and at the moment, when users set up the app for the first time, the system language is automatically chosen. Users will now be able to manually change an app’s language through its settings without changing their device’s language thanks to the new App language setting.
Per-app language settings, one of the main features of Android 13, are comparable to this capability. With this, Android users can modify the system settings to alter the language of specific apps. Even though the functionality is active as of Android 13’s most recent developer preview, it still need some enhancements.
According to the source, the function is now being worked on for WhatsApp, and the business plans to make it available in a future update. So yeah, keep checking back for more information and share your opinions on the new App language setting in the comments section below.