Android Nougat is the new version of Google’s mobile operating system that doesn’t significantly change the way we use phones and tablets, but it includes a slew of new features and changes that make mobile devices more productive, secure, and a little more enjoyable.
Among the new features, Nougat brings an awesome new addition for those users who speak more than one language. While the previous version of Android included the ability to change the main language on your device, the new feature allows you to easily add multiple languages.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to add multiple languages on your Android Nougat phone/tablet.
Select Language & input.
Select Add a language.
Pick your new language.
Making a new language your primary, simply press and hold a language from the list and move it to the top.
If you want to remove a language from your Android device, do the following:
While in the Language preferences, select the menu button from the top-right corner, and select Remove.
Select the language you want to remove.
Select the trash icon on the top-right corner.
Select OK to confirm the removal.
After you have configured your languages, Android Nougat will automatically update your phone or tablet to use whatever language you set as default without the need of having to restart your device. In addition, apps will also switch to your primary language, but if an app doesn’t support your primary language, then the new feature will force the app to switch to next language on your list.