What languages does Osmo support?

Our apps generally only fully support English, but most of the on-screen prompts are also translated into Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, and Traditional Chinese.

FULLY TRANSLATED GAMES

  • Osmo Monster is fully translated into Spanish.
  • The Osmo Little Genius Starter Kit games are fully translated into French and Dutch.

WORDS LETTER TILES
The Words game letter tiles are only available in English alphabet letters in the Genius Words Set and most kits that include Words. However, the version of the Genius Starter Kit available on our website for shipment to European countries includes extra tiles with accented French and German letters (11 blue and 11 red tiles).

SWITCHING LANGUAGES
To switch Osmo interface messages to a different language, you need to change the language setting on your tablet.

Here are the instructions from the Apple website.

If you're using an Amazon Fire tablet, open your Settings, and search for 'language' (options you need to select depend on your tablet model).

After you do that, open any Osmo app, and you will be prompted to select between English and the desired language as the preferred language for that Osmo app.

ALBUMS FOR THE WORDS EDUCATION GAME

  • Please deactivate all English albums before selecting the preferred language albums. If you don't do that, the device will default to English, even if the preferred language album is selected.
  • There are many albums in languages other than English that come with the Words Education app right now. You don't need to switch your interface messages from English to another language in order to use them. 

CREATING CUSTOM WORDS EDUCATION ALBUMS
You can make more albums using these instructions.

Check out the albums other users have made in myWords.

PIZZA CO. GAME 
This game has written words that appear on the screen, and those will be in the language of your device or the language you select. The spoken language of the characters is not a real language, it's make-believe. We call this language 'Osmolian' and plan to reveal more about this make-believe language in the near future. If you find the 'Osmolian' language distracting, please feel free to lower the volume accordingly.

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