My six years old QNAP TS-210 was key solution for my most important data backup back in 2012. That's the moment, when I first time heard about Unison (webpage, Wikipedia). Its idea (a free, self-hosted alternative to Dropbox, limited in size only by free space on your device) caught my heart and I immediately felt in love with it.
Unfortunately, after struggling with it for over a few months I finally failed getting it back to QNAP and turned into some alternative solutions (Bittorrent Sync, Dropbox, OneDrive). However, someone did finally find a solution and answered my four years old post. This obligates me to share this knowledge. Have a good reading.
When preparing an application for publication in Google Play, you can provide description and other details of your application in as many languages as you want, directly in Google Play Developer Console.
You won't find anything similar in Windows Phone Dev Center. This is, because Windows Marketplace is the only market of "big three" platforms, that require you to declare supported languages inside your application before you'll be able to create store impression for your application in different languages.
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