IT Home December 24th, according to Android Police, Google is developing a function named "panlingual" for Android 13, which allows users to specify language and related settings for individual applications, such as using Spain in social media applications. Language, but in other applications on the Android interface and devices.
In addition to the examples mentioned above, this feature is also very convenient to those who use the language other than the native language in the work, allowing job-related applications to use English, while Android user interfaces and personal applications use native language.
According to reports, Panlingual will add a "App Language" device in the "Language and Enter" page "Settings" app. By adding panlingual as a separate setting, Google will allow users to change the App language from a single location to help users save the time of each app language.
IT House understands that this function is said to be in the early development phase. In addition, let PanLingUAL play a role, and the app itself must support other languages. If App only supports a language, then PanLingual will not use. But in Android 12, Google adds built-in translation function, so the future Android may be able to translate the App without the need for APP developers to add other languages.