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There is a way of forcing a certain app to be in different locale / language than your general phone settings! you need to be rooted install "xposed framework" from xposed.info within this app install a module "app settings" within this module search for your app change its locale to "english-us" enjoy Unfortunately xposed framework stopped working with ...
The best option would be head over to your Google account and change the Language settings to something you preferred. Once done open the device head over to settings>application manager>Clear the cache and the data stored by the Google play Store and close the app. Once done, try opening the Google PlayStore and this time the language will be changed.
You Can Change Language in two ways 1. Go to the respective app detail page in Google Play website ; add “ &hl= " to the URL of the app Example for showing Evernote in Vietnamese: - Domain: https://play.google.com/store/ apps/details?id=com.evernote - add “&hl=vi” - Complete URL: https://play.google.com/ store/apps/details?id=com.evernote&hl=vi ...
Changing system locale may cause a refresh of some tasks. This means more unwanted slowness of the device, more battery drain, and slow start of the original application. There are applications to do just that, but I think they need Root or do not work on every device or Android version. The best solution would be changing our within app.
MyScript is good. Mazec3 is awesome! The best handwritten input for Japanese on Android.
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