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How to: Localize Your SwiftUI Project on Xcode 12

The easiest way to add multi-languages support for your app…

In order to meet more customers / users, you may want to add multi-languages support for your app. Native localization is one of the develoepr-friendly feature on Xcode. Here’s the simplest tutorial written for everyone.

Difficulty: Easy
Platform: macOS Big Sur
Software: Xcode 12 beta 6

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