Add Preferred Languages to the iPad Air 2
Edited by Grimm, VisiHow, vc, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to add preferred languages to the iPad Air 2. Preferred languages on the iPad are languages that you prefer to use. If you're bilingual or multilingual and you speak more than one language, you may prefer, for example, to read web sites in both English and Russian. In this case, you may want to have the preferred languages set up on your iPad Air 2.
- 5This is the section at the bottom that shows the preferred language order. It also reads "Apps and websites will use the first language in this list that they support". This means that if you go to a Chinese web site that has no English, you will see Chinese text. If the same site has no Chinese but has Russian, then you will receive Russian characters. It's simply a usability feature that helps you a bit. Let's add a language. You will see a list of languages.Now, tap on "Add Language...".
- 10Now you'll see that you have a list of languages.In this video, iPad is turned up a little to let the orientation change back to the landscape mode that it have had previously.Advertisement
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Video: Add Preferred Languages to the iPad Air 2
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Recent edits by: vc, VisiHow, Grimm