By default, tyntec’s 2FA API automatically detects the country code and chooses the local language template. There are default templates in several languages (English, German, Russian, French, Italian and Spanish). For other languages, you will need to create a template. If there are no defined templates in the language of a specific country, the API will revert to English (“en” locale). However, this is also highly customizable, and you can use any country/language combination while sending a PIN code through the language parameter (optional) of tyntec’s API. Find out more about this here.
The local language should be in ISO 639-1 format; to learn more, click here.