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Twitter To Add 16 More Languages To Its Translation Center

Twitter is an increasingly global company, with users in Japan, Brazil, Russia and France all just as eager to send 140 character messages as users in North America.

That’s why the company has announced the addition of 16 more languages to its Translation Center, the largest single batch of new languages to date.
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Twitter Adds Support For Three More Languages: Greek, Czech And Basque

Twitter has added three more languages to its translation center, bringing the total up to 33 supported languages.
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Twitter To Add Support For Right-To-Left Languages

The volunteers in Twitter’s Translation Center are hard at work today. That’s because the company just enabled support for right-to-left languages, like Arabic and Farsi, for Twitter.com and its mobile versions to be translated into.
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Twitter Now Available In 5 More Languages

International Twitter users, rejoice: you may now be able to tweet in your native language.

Twitter has just expanded its language offerings to five new dialects, including Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Hindi, Filipino and Malay.
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Twitter Announces Translation Center

Twitter will be focusing even more on its global expansion this year with today’s announcement of a Translation Center. The company will provide volunteer-powered translations of its website in multiple language, hoping to appeal to its widening international user base.
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