Why is My Amazon in Spanish? Change Language Settings
Why is my amazon in Spanish? Although English is Amazon’s official language, visitors and current customers are allowed to choose a different language. Depending on the user’s device location, account information, and browser preferences, Amazon assigns a pre-selected language.
Why is My Amazon in Spanish?
The Amazon website switching the language if you click on a foreign link is one potential explanation for the abrupt change in the language of your Amazon account.
For instance, if you conduct a Google search for a product that directs you to Amazon.de, the product page will launch in German.
Here are several potential causes if you notice that Amazon constantly switches between Spanish and other languages on your PC or smartphone. We’ll also look at a few solutions to this issue, including the ones listed below.
Check the language and region settings for the browser displaying a different language if other browsers show Amazon in your preferred language.
The problem is most likely with your account settings if Amazon is in Spanish on all of your devices and browsers. Here are a few potential justifications and answers:
1. Change the Default Language
Step 1: The first step should be to ensure that your Amazon account’s language is not set to Spanish. If you’re working on a PC, click the flag icon next to the search bar and choose your language from the drop-down menu.
Step 2: Alternatively, navigate to the Amazon Language Settings page, select your preferred language, and click Save Changes.
Step 3: Mobile users can scroll to the bottom of Amazon’s homepage and tap the globe icon. Select your preferred language and tap Save Changes. Once done, Amazon will send you an email notification confirming the update in language settings.
Step 4: Amazon app users can update their language preference by clicking on the hamburger menu icon. Go to Settings > Country & Language > Language and select the language in your region.
2. Change Country / Region
Twenty nations are currently served by Amazon, each with a unique set of languages, costs, and shipping choices.
Amazon will display items and pages in Spanish if your preferred country or region on the website is being set to Spain or another Spanish-speaking nation, such as Mexico.
Step 1: On your browser, click the flag symbol and select Change country/region. Just in case the website isn’t in English, it’s the link at the bottom of the drop-down card.
Step 2: Select your preferred country from the drop-down menu, then click the Go to website button. Your browser will open a fresh Amazon browser tab in the selected country’s default language.
Step 3: Select a country under the Countries/Regions Available in English (or your preferred language) section on the mobile app by tapping the menu icon and going to Settings > Country & Language > Country/Region.
3. Change VPN Settings
Many websites choose the language of the home page based on the visitor’s IP address and location. Set Amazon to Spain or any other Spanish-speaking country. After reviewing your VPN settings and selecting a non-Spanish nation/server, reload the page.
4. Check Website Location and Language
Amazon’s language may be reset to Spanish or other languages when you visit Amazon from a third-party website.
There are three plausible explanations for this:
‣ The default location of the third-party website or search engine is a Spanish-speaking country.
‣ The Amazon marketplace website, where the product vendor is registered to sell, has Spanish as its default language.
‣ The default language for the third-party website or search engine is Spanish.
‣ If you click on a product on Google and it redirects you to the Spanish version of Amazon, check the search engine’s location settings to ensure that the region is not set to a Spanish-speaking country.
Step 1: On a Google search results page, click Settings (or the Settings icon) near the search box and select Search Settings.
Step 3: For Microsoft Bing users, click the hamburger menu icon, go to Settings, and then Country/Region. Select your preferred country. If you select the United States, make sure to choose the United States English and not United States Spanish.
5. Clear Amazon’s Cookies / Cache
By clearing off all Amazon-related cookies from their browser, Chrome users might be able to solve the frustrating language changeover problem.
If the issue continues despite having the proper language and region settings on Amazon and other third-party websites, try the instructions below.
Step 1: Enter the following address into Chrome’s address bar and press Enter.
Step 2: Type “amazon” in the top-right search bar and click Remove all shown to delete all Amazon-related cookies and data.
Step 3: To proceed, click Clear all on the confirmation prompt.
Clearing Amazon’s data will sign you out of your Amazon account. To continue shopping, you’ll need to re-enter your password. You may have to reconfigure the language and region settings for Amazon after clearing the website’s data.
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