Many languages uses "," for decimal divider and the SEK symbol "kr" is placed after the amount:
"1,5 kr" instead of "kr 1.5"
We’d definitely like to bring better internationalization to the website. Our iOS app should already use proper internationalization in most places, and I believe our Android app does the same (though I’m not 100% sure). Hopefully we’ll find time to improve this later this year!
Internationalization is not just about using the right language and format, but also about making applications compatible with different types of devices and browsers, as well as having multiple languages support the same data. I will visit https://dentmaker.net/free-papers/ website for help in my essays that I am doing on this topic.
Japanese Yen do not have decimal places. You should remove it. Also, it often goes over 1000 yen. You should add comma on the thousands. This probably goes for several other currencies.
Still not working properly om Android
Spanish translations need some work :)