Android is a global operating system in the truest sense, with users enjoying its conveniences in almost every corner of the world. Along with Google, app developers share the responsibility of ensuring the user experience is inclusive across all regions and their peoples. Apps usually default to using the system language, but Android 13 introduced a feature allowing per-app language settings. Android 14 looks like it wants to take things a step further, allowing users to set even more regional preferences (like language) without hopping into every app’s settings menu.