In the latest Apple iOS update, iOS 7.1, Apple added a new feature called “Region 5” that lets developers create iOS apps for any region of the world, with a different name depending on whether the region is a US, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand.
In addition, Apple also added a feature called the “Localization” option in Settings > General > General Settings, which lets developers set up localizations for their iOS apps.
As you can see, the feature is fairly straightforward, and it should only take a few seconds to set this up.
The process for setting up a region-specific app on iOS 7 is fairly simple:Tap the “Show Localization” icon in the upper right-hand corner of the Settings app Tap “App” > “Localizations” Tap “Region” Tap the “Region-specific” option.
You’ll need to be in the “App Store” region for your app to work.
In this case, the “US, Canada and Australia” region is represented by a blue arrow.
In order to set it up, you’ll need an iTunes account and the region you want to use as the base for your localizations.
The region will then prompt you to enter your iTunes username and password, and you’ll be taken to a new page where you can set up a custom region for that region.
You can choose to create a region based on your own preferences, or you can also use the default Apple-provided base that is available in iOS 7 (or any other version of iOS).
Once you’re in that region, you can select your region, tap “Region,” and select the region-name you’d like your app’s title to be.
Once you’re done, you should see the following dialog:Now, the regional app is created.
To set it back up, go to the App Store and go to “App Stores” and “Add to Store.”
Now, tap on the “Settings” icon on the bottom-left of the app, and select “Localisation.”
Tap on “Localize” in the top menu, and choose the “New” button.
This will create a new region that has a different app name than the one you entered previously.
You can choose your region name in the settings to match the name of the localizations you chose in the previous step.
Now, go back to the “Application” page, and tap “Add Location.”
Here, you must select the country you want the app to be installed to, and the country of your choosing (in this case New Zealand, if you selected the US, and Australia if you chose Australia).
Finally, tap the “OK” button, and a new location will be created in your local storage for the app.
If you want your app not to be available in a particular country, you have to specify a different region for the region.
Here’s an example of how that works:The Apple Store also provides a similar approach to setting up an app for the regions in the US and Canada, but it takes a little bit more effort.
The main issue here is that you’ll have to set your own region to work in order to use your localisation on your iOS app.
Here’s an explanation of how to do that in iOS 8.1: