Apple Launches ‘Apps et Jeux en Français’ Section in Canadian App Store

Apple has launched a new dedicated section in the Canadian App Store for apps and games in French, Apps et jeux en français, accessible via AppStore.com/AppsetJeux.

Apps et jeux en francais

This French Canadian version of the App Store will get featured app collections, while highlighting apps made by major developers in Quebec, such as Ludia, illico, La Presse, Lara Croft GO, CBC’s Radio Canada and more.

Some notable collections featured this week include:

  • Apps créées au Québec (Apps Made in Quebec)
  • Préparez la rentrée (Get Ready for School) including apps for teachers and older students (productivity, organization, note taking etc.)
  • De nouveaux lieux à explorer (Go Somewhere New): collections of apps including Explore Western Canada, Explore Eastern Canada, Explore Atlantic Canada, as well as excellent apps to help plan your trips to new places (including Airbnb, Packing Pro, KAYAK, Turo, and more)
  • Apps et jeux pour la longue fin de semaine (Apps and Games for the Long Weekend)
  • Jeux créés à Montréal (Games Created in Montreal)

Apple also has some apps it wants to showcase, such as puzzle RPG Saber’s Edge developed by Montreal-based Hibernum; Square Enix Montreal’s Deux Ex GORéseau Contact, a popular Quebec-only dating app; augmented reality app Montréal en Histoires – Cité Mémoire; and kids app Miss Hollywood: Lights, Camera, Fashion! – Pet Adventures.

Click here to visit the dedicated French section in the App Store–it’s a permanent addition.

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  • Dany Quirion

    About time

  • Dominic

    I hate to be this guy, but I’m a French Canadian who lives in SK I get that the main French areas are in Québec but what about Ontario and New Brunswick as well as anybody elsewhere in the country ? I just get annoyed when Québec is the only respect given towards francophones.

  • bbousquet

    Well it’s probably simpler to list popular apps with a French localization by developers with a QC address. They already have a “Canadian apps” section. In this case, I really don’t see what they could have done differently.