I am rather surprised to hear that Windows Phone 8 is certainly taking its own sweet time to make headway in new markets, with one of the main stumbling blocks being Windows Phone 8′s relatively poor language support. What you see on the right would be Arabic in Windows Phone 8, where there is the presence of the app list which comes from the left instead of the right. It might seem rather disorienting to some of us at first glance, but when you consider the nature of the Arabic language, it makes perfect sense. After all, Arabic reads from right to left, and hence the same format applies to options and icon indicators amongst others. Hopefully Arabic for Windows Phone 8 will be polished and ready to roll out sooner rather than later.
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