updated 04:12 pm EDT, Thu May 3, 2012
Metadata, other fields support more languages
Apple has updated the App Store localization support in iTunes Connect with 10 more languages, a developer bulletin indicates. These include Norwegian, Turkish, Finnish, Danish, Indonesian, Malay, Thai, Vietnamese, Greek, and traditional Chinese. Through the expanded support, the metadata, keywords, and screenshots on App Store pages can now be rendered more appropriate to a region.
The App Store is already localized in a number of languages and dialects, such as different versions of English and Portugese. Chinese was in fact already supported, but only the simplified version more common online.