COVIDSafe app updated to include Greek language function


The COVIDSafe app has been updated today to include Greek in addition to Arabic, Cantonese, Italian, Korean, Mandarin and Vietnamese. 

If the user’s device is set to any of the supported languages, the app will automatically translate into the selected language.

COVIDSafe was designed and launched during the height of the coronavirus pandemic in Australia.

Since then, the Digital Transformation Agency, with the support of users and the tech community, has made iterative enhancements to the app focusing on security, performance, and accessibility.

The latest multilingual update will result in better user experience, as well as strengthened app security and Bluetooth performance.




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