|Our app and parts of the platform are translated into English, Spanish, French, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Turkish, Polish, and Norwegian.|
Our platform will try to identify your device’s default language and, if the language is supported, will automatically switch to that language. If the language needs to be changed, you can do so manually through your Account Settings.
As a player
If you're participating in a live game, use the language selector in the top-right of the screen.
As a presenter
If you're presenting to a group, use the language selector in the top-left of the screen.
Android and iOS mobile apps
In our Android and iOS mobile apps, you can enjoy the full in-app game experience in English, Spanish, French, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Norwegian, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Turkish, and Polish.
Though we don't support every language, questions and answers can easily be written in many languages! In fact, when creating a kahoot, you can set the language your kahoot is in. You can also search for public kahoots and filter them based on language.
Using right-to-left (RTL) languages
Kahoot! doesn’t yet support RTL text. But here are tips we've learned from users to help make RTL languages look good:
- Consider typing punctuation marks (., !, ?) before you type your sentence
- If numerical or Latin symbols are in the middle of your sentence, consider rephrasing so that they appear at the end instead
- Consider creating an image with your question in it and uploading that to your question
- Avoid keyboard shortcuts (like Ctrl + Shift) to change text direction, or you might see ‘<div style=”direction: rtl;”>’ added to your questions and answers