With iOS 13 many new features have been introduced to iPhone and iPad. One of those features is the ability to change the language for specific apps. Not necessarily a huge change or feature but definitely a useful one for that. It is a useful feature for those who are bilingual or multi-lingual.
For instance, I have been using English as the system language across my iPhone but I am a multilingual person and I prefer using my mother tongue on the Safari app or any other app. So, with a couple of steps, I change the language for that individual app. If you also wish to do the same you could do so by following the below-mentioned steps.
How to Set Language of Individual App on iPhone or iPad running iOS 13
Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone.
Step #2. Scroll down to the Apps section and select the app you wish to change the language of.
Step #3. Tap on Language option and select the language you want to set for that particular app.
It’s as simple as that.
Enjoy your multi-lingual iPhone now with different languages for particular apps. Let us know how useful you found this feature in the comments below.
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