Twitter was an all-English network until April 2008, when the platform added support for Japanese.
Spanish and French translations became available in November 2009. In July of this year, Brazilian Portuguese became the latest addition, shortly followed by Dutch, Indonesian, Filipino and Malay.
Now, with Danish, Finnish, Norwegian And Polish newly available on the network, Twitter supports an impressive 21 different languages.
The announcement was made via the official @Twitter profile a few hours ago.
Twitter is now available in four new languages: Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Polish.
— Twitter (@twitter) December 21, 2011
To change your language, visit the Account tab of your Twitter profile settings on Twitter.com and make your selection from the Language drop-down menu.
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