Apple Features Singapore’s App Store Categories Names with Singlish for National Day

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As National Day is approaching this Wednesday, the App Store has been refreshed for the week and it features the different app categories in Singaporean context, Singlish. 

Such categories are “Makan leh”, “Kena tekan”,  “Feeling nua”, “Relak one corner”, “Wanna chiong” and “No COE leh”. The refresh is available on iOS devices and iTunes. 

These are app categories for Food & Drink, Health & Fitness, Entertainment, Games with different genres, respectively.

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It mixes with the 4 different languages and the common different dialects in Singapore to form commonly known, Singlish. 

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