Twitter’s Translation Center Now In Six More Languages: Catalan, Afrikaans, Ukrainian, Greek, Czech And Basque

Posted on May 17 2012 - 6:42am by Editorial Staff

Back in 2011 Twitter launched Translation Center and now enhancing and increasing the language base, the micro-blogging giant has announced the availability in six new languages: Catalan, Afrikaans, Ukrainian, Greek, Czech and Basque bringing the total to 28 languages.

From Twitter:

Since we launched our Translation Center last year, we’ve received thousands of language requests. Currently the most requested languages are Catalan, Afrikaans, Ukrainian, Greek, Czech and Basque. Today we’re excited to announce that we’re opening up the Twitter Translation Center for those six languages.

Today, Twitter is available in 28 languages, thanks in large part to our community of nearly half a million translators around the world. We’re grateful for the work you’ve done thus far, and for the enthusiasm we’ve seen about continuing to add new languages. While this batch represents the most requested languages, we know there are still many more to tackle. To request your language, please submit your interest to translate at http://translate.twttr.com/lang_requesthttp://translate.twttr.com/lang_request.

If you speak Catalan, Afrikaans, Ukrainian, Greek, Czech, or Basque and would like to join our efforts to make Twitter available to users in one of those languages, please visit the Translation Center.

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