Localize an iOS application name
Create a new file
InfoPlist.string in the root folder in XCode:
Add a default application name to the file, like this:
"CFBundleDisplayName" = "Example Application Name";
"CFBundleName" = "Example Application Name";
Where “Example Application Name” is your application name.
Select the file and press “Localize…” button on the right side.
Then press “Localize” in the popup to add the current file as Base language.
Change the Display Name as well, because newest iOS versions uses it as a fallback instead of Base language:
Now add languages in XCode you want to localize the application name. Press “+” in “Localizations” of Info tab of your project.
InfoPlist.string file to localize.
For each language you added XCode will create a file for InfoPlist.strings. Change the content of localized files:
Localize an Android application name
By default an Android application name is in strings.xml file
Similar to iOS, we’re going to localize
strings file. Let’s create a new folder inside
res with name like
values-de , where
de is a language you want to localize, it’s Deutsch in our case (full list of codes).
strings.xml to the folder, and change the application name.