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More accessible than ever: Kahoot! is now available in 11 languages, including Japanese

We’ve made Kahoot! more accessible, inclusive and relevant than ever for users around the world. Read on to see how you can create, learn, play and share with Kahoot! across 11 languages.

September 22, 2021

Even when we reached 6 billion cumulative participating players since our launch, our mission remained the same: keep reaching more so that we can make learning awesome for everyone

We’re really excited about taking a big leap in that direction by providing the awesome content within our website and app to speakers of English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Turkish, Brazilian Portuguese and Norwegian, as well as our first ever Asian language, Japanese.

More accessible than ever

Making the Kahoot! app and website even more accessible is genuinely motivating for all of the K!rew, maybe because we’ve seen first hand just how valuable all the great content has been and can be for millions of learners, educators, professionals and families. We can’t wait to see what opportunities are opened up for all our existing users, and the new ones, too! 

Can’t wait to get started? You can get Kahoot!’ing right now with this fun general knowledge kahoot in your native language.

We won’t be stopping here, either: keep your eyes peeled for news about more new language versions of Kahoot! coming soon!

Getting started: how to use Kahoot! in your language

How to switch to your chosen language on the Kahoot! website

  1. Navigate to the language selector on the top right of all pages within Kahoot!.
  2. Select your language from the dropdown menu.

How to switch to your chosen language in the Kahoot! app 

  1. Update the app to the latest version, or download it on your iOS or Android device if you haven’t installed it before*.
  2. If your device language is different, tap the profile icon within the app.
  3. From your profile page, tap the cog icon to open settings.
  4. Select your language from the Language dropdown.

* If you’re a teacher, you might need to reach out to your school’s technology administrator and ask to update the app version on students’ devices.

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