How to Change Language in Google Chrome Android?
In terms of market share, greater popularity clearly suggests that different people from different regions speak various languages to use the browser.
Thus there are options to change the language in Google Chrome Android web browser.
By default the language that comes while installing the Google Chrome is English. But if you are not okay with it, you can change it anytime to any of your preferred native languages.
The language can be changed both on PC and Android. But this article here will provide information on how to change the language in Google Chrome on Android phones.
Method #1: How To Change Language in Google Chrome Android via Phone Settings
In this approach, we would change the phone language and automatically your Google Chrome in your Smart Phone will sync to the same language.
To do this follow the steps below:
Step 1. First, go to “Settings” of your Android.
Step 2. Tap on the “Magnifying icon” at the top for searching, and then type your “Language” option.
Step 3. Tap on “Languages” off the list of results.
Step 4. Next tap on “Add a language” option and choose any of your preferred languages.
The steps so far may differ between different versions of SmartPhones.
Step 5. Now use the three horizontal line icon on the right-hand side to drag the language you prefer to the top of the list.
Step 6. By doing this, the default language of your SmartPhone will automatically get changed.
Now open Google Chrome and check if the language has been changed or not.
Method #2: How to Change Language in Google Chrome Android using Google Chrome Settings
In this section, we will change the language from web browser settings directly.
This is more of a direct method and at the same time, it will not change the default language of your Android. Only the browser input and output language will be in accordance with your chosen language.
So this is how you have to do it:
Step 1. Open up your Google Chrome browser first.
Step 2. Tap the three-dot icon at the top right corner of the browser screen. Select the “Settings” option from the context menu.
Step 3. From the next page, select “Languages” and the language page will open up.
Step 4. Tap on “Add language” option and select your preferred language from a list of several language collections.
While you are changing the language, make sure to keep a note of how you did it in the first place.
In case you mistakably choose an unknown language, and you don’t know to understand where to go to change it since all the language patterns for apps and options are changed, that could become a disaster.
If you find it hard to change again to the correct language option, better go to a mobile expert instead of struggling yourself. That could worsen the phone settings to a degree beyond recovery possibility.