Helpshift supports over 180 languages! A complete list of all Helpshift languages and their language codes is available at the bottom of this page.

Helpshift is fully localizable, as we automatically show your Help Section in the language of the device. This allows you to easily support users who speak a variety of languages by manually adding translations you create to your FAQ, and toggling them ‘On’ to publish them live.

Please note: At least one language (example: your default language) is required to be toggled ‘On’ for your FAQ to be fully published live. To learn more, see How Do I Translate My FAQs?

47 of these languages have strings, or phrases displayed on the UI, that are translated automatically out-of-the-box! Once you’ve added the languages to your app, your users will see your Help Section’s UI elements in the language of their device.

For more information on which languages are automatically translated in the SDK, please see our developer documentation on iOS Internationalization and Android Internationalization. You can add your own string translations to support all 180 options.

For more information on utilizing all the languages available, please see the following:

List of all supported languages in Helpshift

Language Code
Abkhaz ab
Afar aa
Afrikaans af
Akan ak
Albanian sq
Amharic am
Arabic ar
Aragonese an
Armenian hy
Assamese as
Avaric av
Avestan ae
Aymara ay
Azerbaijani az
Bambara bm
Bashkir ba
Basque eu
Belarusian be
Bengali bn
Bihari bh
Bislama bi
Bosnian bs
Breton br
Bulgarian bg
Burmese my
Catalan ca
Chamorro ch
Chechen ce
Chichewa, Chewa, Nyanja ny
Chinese (Simplified) zh
Chinese (Traditional) zh-hant
Chuvash cv
Cornish kw
Corsican co
Cree cr
Croatian hr
Czech cs
Danish da
Divehi, Dhivehi, Maldivian dv
Dutch nl
Dzongkha dz
English en
Esperanto eo
Estonian et
Ewe ee
Faroese fo
Fijian fj
Finnish fi
French fr
Fulah ff
Galician gl
Ganda lg
Georgian ka
German de
Greek el
Guaraní gn
Gujarati gu
Haitian, Haitian Creole ht
Hausa ha
Hebrew he
Herero hz
Hindi hi
Hiri Motu ho
Hungarian hu
Icelandic is
Ido io
Igbo ig
Indonesian id
Interlingua ia
Interlingue ie
Inuktitut iu
Inupiaq ik
Irish ga
Italian it
Japanese ja
Javanese jv
Kalaallisut kl
Kannada kn
Kanuri kr
Kashmiri ks
Kazakh kk
Khmer km
Kikuyu ki
Kinyarwanda rw
Kirghiz ky
Komi kv
Kongo kg
Korean ko
Kurdish ku
Kwanyama, Kuanyama kj
Lao lo
Latin la
Latvian lv
Limburgish, Limburgan, Limburger li
Lingala ln
Lithuanian lt
Luba-Katanga lu
Luxembourgish, Letzeburgesch lb
Macedonian mk
Malagasy mg
Malay ms
Malayalam ml
Maltese mt
Manx gv
Marathi mr
Marshallese mh
Mongolian mn
Māori mi
Nauru na
Navajo, Navaho nv
Ndonga ng
Nepali ne
North Ndebele nd
Northern Sami se
Norwegian no
Norwegian Bokmål nb
Norwegian Nynorsk nn
Occitan oc
Ojibwe, Ojibwa oj
Old Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian cu
Oriya or
Oromo om
Ossetian, Ossetic os
Pashto ps
Persian fa
Polish pl
Portuguese pt
Punjabi pa
Pāli pi
Quechua qu
Romanian ro
Romansh rm
Rundi rn
Russian ru
Samoan sm
Sango sg
Sanskrit (Saṁskṛta) sa
Sardinian sc
Scottish Gaelic, Gaelic gd
Serbian sr
Shona sn
Sichuan Yi ii
Sindhi sd
Sinhala si
Slovak sk
Slovenian sl
Somali so
Southern Ndebele nr
Southern Sotho st
Spanish es
Sundanese su
Swahili sw
Swati ss
Swedish sv
Tagalog tl
Tahitian ty
Tajik tg
Tamil ta
Tatar tt
Telugu te
Thai th
Tibetan bo
Tigrinya ti
Tongan to
Tsonga ts
Tswana tn
Turkish tr
Turkmen tk
Twi tw
Ukrainian uk
Urdu ur
Uyghur, Uighur ug
Uzbek uz
Venda ve
Vietnamese vi
Volapük vo
Walloon wa
Welsh cy
Western Frisian fy
Wolof wo
Xhosa xh
Yiddish yi
Yoruba yo
Zhuang, Chuang za
Zulu zu