Thanks to the diligent volunteers that populate Twitter’s Translation Center, the service is now available in two new languages: Catalan and Ukrainian.
Twitter launched the Translation Center back in February, 2011, with the goal of crowdsourcing the site’s translation, so that it could be accessible to more countries across the world. When the center launched, Twitter was only available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish. The launch brought three new languages to the translation block – Indonesian, Russian, and Turkish.
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