Showing languages in the App Store with Unity

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If you’re a Unity developer, you may have noticed that the App Store doesn’t show which languages your app has been translated into. This is because iTunes Connect scans the bundle for specific language resources.

How to make iTunes Connect detect languages in your Unity bundle

  1. Add localizations to your Xcode Project or… manually create XX.lproj folders (where XX is the ISO-639 language code)
  2. Create an empty Localizable.strings file in each lproj folder
  3. That’s it! Submit to iTC

If you’ve localized your game and the languages aren’t showing up in the iOS App Store, then follow these simple steps before submitting your next build.


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