<ios> <plist> <dict> <key>CFBundleDevelopmentRegion</key> <string>it_IT</string> <string/> </dict> </plist> </ios>
You'll notice in this case we are creating the Android native
strings.xml files, rather than the
app.xml files used by iOS. While the file names are different, the contents will be identical to those in the iOS files seen above.
Aside from the
strings.xml files, there's one more thing we need to add. To make your app use these localized strings, you need to modify the existing
AndroidManifest.xml. In order to do that, we need to add that custom manifest file, seen in the picture above at
AndroidManifest.xml file placed here should be a copy of the generated
AndroidManifest.xml file found in your project's
build/android directory. For more details on custom
AndroidManifest.xml files, check out this wiki entry on the topic.