When building your project, you’ll only want to add which languages you need, or else all of them will be displayed as supported on the App Store. Please see our developer documentation for iOS regarding this issue.

If using our native iOS SDK, you’ll want to manually locate your HSLocalization folder in your project and remove any languages you do not need. Then you can resubmit your build to the App Store and it will display the correct languages.

For Cocoapods specifically, localized strings are not added by default on pod install. You must add the languages of your choice manually from the HSLocalization folder. Drag and drop the corresponding .lproj folders into your project from the directory where Cocoapods saves the Helpshift SDK folder, making sure to only add the languages you want to display on the iTunes store.

To learn how many languages Helpshift offers, please see How Many Languages Does Helpshift Support?