Twitter now available in Gujarati and 3 more indic languagesJuly 31, 2015
Popular microblogging website Twitter has launched 4 new Indic languages including Gujarati to its platform.
This announcement was made today on Twitter’s official blog by Francesca Di Marco, localization project manager of Twitter.
“Today we’ve made Twitter available in Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi and Tamil, and we’ve updated twitter.com and the Android app to support these additional Indian languages,” he blogged.
“This update means we now support six Indian languages, since Hindi and Bengali have been available for more than a year. To make a change on the web, you can select your choice of language from “Settings” in the drop down menu on the profile,” he added.
“These four languages were partially translated by a passionate community of Twitter users via the Translation Center — we couldn’t have done it without their help. By supporting Twitter in these languages, we are making our platform for live, public conversations more accessible to Indians all over the country,” the blog post further said.
In your Android phone go to settings > My device > Language and input > language > Gujarati and then open Twitter for Android’s updated version to access twitter in Gujarati language.
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