PakWheels App Becomes the First Major iOS App Available in Urdu!

We at PakWheels are proud to be Pakistani which is why we strive to bring the core PakWheels experience to our audience who prefer Urdu as a language medium. To address this issue, this March, we introduced PakWheels Android app in Urdu.

Also Read: PakWheels Android App Now In Urdu

And we are excited to announce that’s iOS app is now also available with Urdu as a language option which also makes it the first major iOS app to have Urdu as a secondary language.

Is “Urdu” a separate app?

No, we understand the multi-lingual requirements of our users and the fact that alternating between two apps which serve the same purpose can be worrisome to our users. So just with a touch of a button, you can toggle our rich in English to a similarly productive app in Urdu.

What proportion of the app is available in the Urdu language?

As with our Urdu app, currently, over 80% of the app can be displayed in the Urdu language with more sections coming soon!

How does the app look like when translated to Urdu?

How can I download iOS App?

There are two simple ways to get our app, either you can search on Apple App-store. Or just click here to start downloading! Once downloaded you can transform the English app to Urdu by using the language menu present alongside header on top of the app’s interface.

Now enjoy buying, selling and reading in Urdu like never before! Happy Motoring!

Adan Ali

Adan is a Guest Writer at and a Member of Board at Nixor Corporate. Previously, he has served as CEO of The Nixor Times along with contributing to He is a student at Nixor College, set to pursue an undergraduate degree in Journalism at Northwestern University. He tweets @adanali12

  • Guest

    Kudos to make it available in more and more languages. More options are always good.

    You could also monitor whether people actually use Urdu services or they just prefer English. Like ATM, mobile phone (operating system) are available in Urdu and other languages but our people are just used to English, so the services go unused.