Selecting a language in Android settings applies that choice system-wide. Google Maps now lets you set a language that may be different from the rest of your phone for application menus, controls and other settings.
To access, tap your profile avatar in the top right and open Settings. The “Application Language” will now appear as the first menu item in one of the currently mentioned inline as announced for India last month, this option is now available worldwide:
This will allow anyone to search for locations, get directions and navigation, and interact with maps in the local language of their choice.
A “Suggested” section notes general option preferences, while “All” follows a list of languages. There are a total of 799 people asking Google to confirm this change. It launches an application as soon as the language application is quickly downloaded in the background.
After relaunch, everything from the search and settings from the bottom bar changes. The map layer can see the caption update, but the place names are mostly unchanged. A small error The search field hint remains the same until another application is restarted.
The language setting of the new Google Maps app is revolving around a server-side update for the latest versions of the app. Users previously could only change the voice used for navigation settings, although a wider choice has long been available online (Overflow Menu> Languages).
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