With the launch iOS 13 si iPadOS 13, there have been many news on iPhone si iPad. One of these is possibility to change the language in which an application is displayed. By default, the language in which the menu, options and information in an application are displayed is given by the language chosen by the user for the operating system. It is known that many users choose the English installation / display language, although their mother tongue is quite different. Most likely because they were so used to PC operating systems, where most applications have English menus.
On iOS 13, Apple offers users the opportunity to choose the language in which an application is displayed. For example, if you have iOS with English interface, you can choose any application to be displayed in another language. If the developers of the application have added of course the language of your choice
Take the Pages application, developed by Apple, as an example. On an iPhone installed in English, the application will automatically display all the information, menus and settings in the native language of the system.
If you want to change the display language of the Pages application, go to Settings → Pages (application) → Language → select the new language you want. Romanian, in our case.
Once this change is made, you will re-open the application and you will see the interface in the language you have selected.
If your preferred language is not under the "Preferred Language" menu, it means that the developers didn't include that language for the application.
Applications that are only developed in one language (English, most often), do not have the "Language" option in the settings.How to change the language of an application on iPhone / iPad - Multilingual Apps iOS 13