If you already have localization strings in your project but you are in the need to add localize to some keys in the
NSLocationUsageDescription . Well, just follow the next steps and you will be all set.
1. Create InfoPlist.strings
File->New->File or press
Command(⌘)+N and create an Strings File and name it InfoPlist. Once you are done, should have something like this:
2. Enable Localization for InfoPlist.strings
InfoPlist.strings selected, press
Localize... button in the file inspector panel
Localize... your should see something like this:
And with that you are all set. Just add the key(which needs to be the same as is in the
Info.plist ) and its corresponding string and that’s pretty much it.
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— Linus Torvalds
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