In this article, we’ll show you how to translate any Android app to your native language.
If you need help with any of the instructions below, please visit the official Android app guide.
For more on this topic, check out our Android app guides.
Choose a language and language options 2.
Choose language options 3.
Select the native-language option and enter a language name 4.
Select your language and then choose your language from the list.
Click on the checkbox next to “I want to switch languages” 6.
The Android app will now start translating your app to the native Language of your Android device.
If the app is running in the native mode, your native-speaking friends will be able to access your app by typing in your phone number, and by sending an SMS.
When your app is ready to run in the Android app, you can start it up by opening the app on your Android phone.
After the app has finished translating your apps content, you should be able launch it from the native device.
If your app has any bugs or missing content, please open an issue on Github or submit a pull request to the issue tracker.
You can also download the translated app here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mozilla.android.apps.android-translation&hl=en