OnePlus has started hammering its upcoming software version – OxygenOS 13.1. On the flip side, users are also discussing what this new product should bring to the surface. Alongside the major implements, we expect OxygenOS 13.1 to bring the Android 13 Per-App Language feature.
Yes! the Per-App Language is considered one of the best functions of the latest Android version. It is a game-changer element for multilingual users and enables you to change the language of some particular application at your convenience.
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So far, we have seen every Android 13-based operating system showing this feature in the devices. For instance, Samsung, Xiaomi, and more. However, we didn’t find any such function in the OnePlus OxygenOS 13 upgrade. We tried to check the availability by visiting Settings > System > Language & Input > App Languages. Sadly, the app languages option is not available.
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Though the Chinese manufacturer has integrated outstanding additions in the latest OxygenOS build. Yet, the absence of the Per-App Language has stolen the positive points of the respective operating system to some extent.
Many users appeared on the community planet describing the missing of Per-App Language in OxygenOS 13. Earlier, they felt that it was only their device which is not capable of supporting the thoughtful component.
“May I know will “per-app language preferences” become a feature in OxygenOS 13? This feature is new in Android 13, and I really hope that the later release of OxygenOS 13 can equip with this feature.”
The significance of this feature can be understood through an example. For instance, if you live overseas and don’t know the local language. At that point, the Per-App Language could be a savior which will change the application dialect accordingly.
Consequently, the company should implement the Android 13 Per-App Language feature in the upcoming OxygenOS 13.1. What do you think, is this component needed in the OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1? Or things are better even without this element? Let us know your opinion in the comment section.