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Revision as of 12:09, 6 August 2012

For instructions on editing the map in your country and help in using Waze, in your language, choose from:

Template:Languages and Countries

Currently supported languages on the Waze app (client)

One of Waze's goals is to be as accessible as possible to all users worldwide. One way is allowing each user to enjoy the application in his own language. In collaboration with the community, we do our best to translate the application's menus and vocal instructions to a variety of languages:

Language Menus Vocal Instructions
čeština (Czech) + +
Dansk (Danish) +
Deutsch (German) + +
Dutch +
English + +
Ελληνικά (Greek)
Español (Latin America) * + +
Español (Spain) * + +
Français (French) + +
עברית (Hebrew) + +
Italiano (Italian) + +
Lietuvių (Lithuanian) +
Latviešu (Latvian) + +
Magyar (Hungarian) + +
Norsk (Norwegian ) +
Polski (Polish) +
Português (Brasil) + +
Português (Portugal) + +
Русский (Russian) + +
Slovenčina (Slovak) +
Svenska (Swedish) + +

* There are different versions - due to the differences in terminology between countries there are different vocal prompts in Spanish for Spain, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador and other Latin American countries

If you want to know more about how you can help translate Waze to your language, please read this article.