Twitter in an urge to provide and offer its micro-blogging platform into more languages, the company has announced that Twitter is now available in three more languages: Basque, Czech and Greek, but all currently are in beta version. The company recently opened Translation Center to 6 new languages using set of features, and on July 5th, release of Twitter.com in Ukrainian and Catalan as the first two languages from this batch.
Here’s what the translation team had to say about it:
Today we’re excited to announce that Twitter is now available in three more languages: Basque, Czech and Greek. You can now go to your account settings to start using Twitter in your language.
We’d like to thank you, our dedicated translators, who made this launch happen by requesting and supporting Twitter in your language. You are the ones who help us get closer to making Twitter available around the world.
In order to change your Twitter account from current language to any of the new languages, all you need to do now is to go to your account settings to start using Twitter in your language.
Twitter is now available in 3 new Beta languages: Basque, Czech and Greek. Congratulations translators! translate.twttr.com/cms/node/2457
— Twitter Int’l (@international) August 6, 2012