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Change my account's language setting

Learn how to change your account's language setting via the web app and the mobile app.

Take note

  • The language setting only applies to the user interface, not documents such as templates and inspections.

  • The mobile app only supports iOS/iPadOS 15 and above or Android 8.0 and above. For more information, you can refer to our mobile device and web browser requirements.

  • The default language setting for the web app and the mobile app applies differently:

    • Web app: Your account's language setting on the web app follows your organization's language setting.

    • Mobile app: If supported, the language setting on your mobile app follows your device's system language.

If you would like us to support additional languages, please let us know by providing your feedback.

Supported languages

Web app

Mobile app

Dutch

English (UK)

English (US)

French

German

Italian

Portuguese (Brazil)

Spanish

Chinese (Simplified)

Dutch

English (US)

French

German

Italian

Korean

Norwegian (Bokmål)

Portuguese (Brazil)

Portuguese (Portugal)

Romanian

Russian

Spanish

Turkish

Change the language setting

  1. Log in to the web app.

  2. Click your username on the lower-left corner of the page and select My Profile.

  3. Click Edit iconEdit in the "Details" box.

  4. Under "Language":

    • Check the box to use your organization's language setting.

    • Uncheck the box to select a language that only applies to your account on the web app.

  5. Click Save changes.

If you have an Android device running Android 12 or below, you can set the SafetyCulture mobile app language by updating the device system language. Keep in mind that the language settings' location differs between Android devices and versions, but the steps are largely the same.

  1. Open "Settings".

  2. Use the search bar at the top of your screen to search for "Language".

  3. Tap Language settings or equivalent.

  4. Select or add the supported language you want to use for the mobile app. Depending on the Android device and version, you may need to drag and drop the language to the top of the list and set it as the primary language.

  5. Force close the mobile app if it’s open in the background.

  6. Open the mobile app, and you should see the interface in the selected language.

If you have an Android device running Android 13 or above, you can set the SafetyCulture mobile app language without changing the device system language. Learn how to find the software version and update your Android device to the latest version.

  1. Open "Settings".

  2. Tap Apps and tap See all apps.

  3. Scroll down to locate the SafetyCulture mobile app from the list.

  4. Select the SafetyCulture mobile app.

  5. From the "App info" screen, tap Language.

  6. Select the language you want to use for the SafetyCulture mobile app.

  7. Force close the mobile app if it’s open in the background.

  8. Open the mobile app, and you should see the interface in the selected language.

If you have an iOS device running iOS or iPadOS 15 or above, you can set the SafetyCulture mobile app language without changing the device system language. Learn how to find the software version and update your iOS device to the latest version.

Please note that you must have keyboards for at least two languages to set app-specific languages. Learn how to add a keyboard for another language on your iPhone or iPad.

  1. Open the SafetyCulture mobile app.

  2. Tap Assets gallery view iconMore at the lower-right corner of your screen.

  3. Select Settings from the list of options.

  4. Scroll to the bottom and tap "Open Settings".

  5. This opens the system settings for SafetyCulture. You may need to wait a few seconds for this to load. Tap Language, under "PREFERRED LANGUAGE".

  6. Select the language you want to use for the SafetyCulture mobile app.

  7. Force close the mobile app.

  8. Open the SafetyCulture mobile app, and you should see the interface in the selected language.

Please note that iOS/iPad OS 14 and below are no longer supported.

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