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Twitter Announces its Access to Users in 12 More Languages

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Twitter Announces its Access to Users in 12 More Languages

Twitter introduced to enlarge its archive function for its world Users through protecting 12 non English languages underneath it. These languages are Dutch, Farsi, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish and Spanish. This step taken by using Twitter is an effort to make the platform More engaging for its global Customers which is 70% of 200 million Customers monthly.

This move by means of twitter will certainly add More Customers into its network. Twitter’s authentic announcement in November 2012 to make it world became out a really perfect transfer towards attractive its Users and for making it Extra entertaining for non-English Customers.

Earlier firm multiplied itself in industrial area additionally internationally. In January, twitter completed superb results, with utilization getting tripled when it added advert improve for the center East and North Africa.

In January, company realized that a lot of its Users are coming from outside the united statesand at present its archive instrument is available for 33 languages only. Then it decided to magnify its circle of “availability of archive carrier” to More languages and subsequently brought 12 Extra languages in that circle. Though that is just the beginning; it has still an extended option to go. Twitter intends to make it on hand to the entire Users world wide in all the languages.

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7 Comments to “Twitter Announces its Access to Users in 12 More Languages”

  1. If you grew up in a non english speaking country how did you learn the english language?

  2. thinkthought // April 24, 2013 at 2:29 pm // Reply

    Considering a minor in a foreign language off of an English major, with the hopes to go into (novel) publishing. I figured it would be beneficial to look into which non-English speaking countries seem to be on top of their literature game.

  3. simply complicated // May 23, 2013 at 1:55 pm // Reply

    I remember reading somewhere that we use the standard of 12 or”a dozen” as a form of measurement in our society to represent the 12 disciples. Does anyone know where I might find this information or what the actual history behind it is? Links would be helpful. Thanks.

  4. I was born in non english country (obviously) and I want to attempt actress career in USA or UK. I know it’s hard and everything, and I’m not seeking fame or money. It’s just what I like to do. My biggest problem is with language. I’ve been learning english since 2nd grade and after graduating school I’m planning to live with my relatives in UK for some time to practice it more. And later I would like to go to acting university or something like that. So, can non-natives become actors in foreign countries? Or accent would be big obstacle?

  5. DuckieM10 // May 31, 2013 at 3:16 pm // Reply

    My daughter is 12 and she’s asking to wear makeup because everyone in this generation wears makeup! So any suggestions of what she should wear?
    I say like a light lip gloss and a tiny amount of mascara at the bottom.
    Help please?

  6. I’ve been noticing a lot of bands have Japanese editions of their albums, which have a bunch of tracks that aren’t available anywhere else.

    I also read that Joan Jett and the Blackhearts had an album called Naked, which they only released in Japan.

    Looking back, I remember seeing album covers of the Beatles in Japanese, but I’ve never seen them in any other non-English language.

    Can anybody explain this phenomenon?

  7. I know that the english language is not as “pretty and romantic” as french or italian, but is it similar to the sound of German? Because I know English is a Germanic Language. Is it just the way American’s speak English, or is it the language in general?

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