how to use whatsapp in hindi gujarati bengali and other regional languages

Whatsapp Features: India is one of the largest markets for the Meta-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp. And India is a country where the regional language changes with every state or region. To cater to the wide user base, the app offers options in several major spoken regional languages, including Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Bengali and more.

Now, there are two ways to change the language of WhatsApp. The first is to change the language of the entire smartphone and the second is to change the language of WhatsApp only. Here we are telling you the complete steps of how to do this. WhatsApp automatically adopts the default language of the smartphone. So, if you change the language of the phone to Hindi, Bengali, Tamil or any other language, WhatsApp will automatically show in that language.

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in android

First of all open your phone’s settings. After that go to System. Here go to Language and Input. Here you will find different languages.
Now you have to select it by tapping on the ad language here. Now your language has been selected.

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in iphone

Go to your phone’s settings. Now go to General. After this, go to Language and Region, here the iPhone language will be found.
Now select your language and change it.

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in Kia OS

First of all go to your phone’s settings. Now select Personalization and scroll down and select Language.
Now select your language and hit OK.

in Whatsapp

Open your WhatsApp.
Now go to WhatsApp Settings.
Now tap on Chats and select App language.
Now you can select your language.


Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an Indian based entrepreneur who is a tech, travel and coding enthusiast with a post graduation degree on Master's of Computer Applications. He is a founder of Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV, Branding Panther and many more.

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