In Android 13, developers have the tools to set application languages at runtime. Consider this user journey to understand why this is important to end users:
You speak Bengali and Hindi fluently. On your phone, you read the news in Hindi and send messages in Bengali. Your phone Settings are in English because it is easier to get help with your phone that way – English is a bridge language. As a user, you prefer to use certain apps (entertainment, messaging, news etc) in a different language while maintaining a separate language to navigate through the rest of your phone. In this talk, learn how to provide your end users the ability to fluently set your application language according to their preferences.