Shoppy’s language is set to the primary language in which the client’s Shopify store is set. For example, if the Shopify store has English set as the primary language, then the app will take English content from the Shopify store and display static strings in English, regardless of where the user is and how their device’s language is set.
Multi-Language and Multi-Currency (Bloom Plan Only)
If enabled, Shoppy will show a popup on first launch that will prompt the user for their country of origin from those configured on Shopify Markets. From that choice, the names and prices of products in the store will be shown based on the user's country. You can choose whether to enable or disable multi country upon the first installation of your app. This allows users to select the language and currency they wish to view. If you have Shopify Market set up on your Shopify store, you will be able to have the same functionality on your Shoppy app.
When Multi-Language and Mulit- Currency is enabled, language and currency are manageable through the app’s settings. The Shoppy app, by default, suggests the language in which the devise is set. For example, if your user’s smartphone has English set as the primary language, then the app will propose content in English and users can, at any time, change the language simply through the app’s Settings menu.
This is a setting that can be enabled or disabled by going to Settings > App Settings > Multi-Countries. Below is a tutorial of how to do this in your Shoppy Dashboard:
Below, you can see the in-app view that users see upon the first opening of your app:
Shoppy Supported Languages
English, Spanish, German, French, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, and Portuguese