Twitter launches in French

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Source: Mashable

November 19th, 2009 | by Jennifer Van Grove

Twitter’s translation project is rolling along rather quickly now. Earlier in the month Twitter  launched in Spanish, and as of today, Twitter is now available in French.

The company took to their blog and penned a post in French to announce the news, which lets users switch their language to French from within the Settings area of Twitter.com.

Here’s a translated version of what Twitter wrote of today’s news:

“With the addition of the Spanish version of the site last month, many people have joined the conversations on Twitter. More and more people twittent outside the United States and we are now able to accommodate users of nearly 30 Francophone countries. It is now possible to change the language settings in French with the participation of translators who have helped turn Twitter into a platform for truly global communication.

The French twitteurs golds can already track people and companies they are familiar. Whether you attended or @ @ Lepicerie lopera for your gastronomic outings, you read @ lemondefr way to work or you listen @ theteenagers on the way home or you’re a fan of @ CanadiensMTL, there is a wealth of information useful to discover at any time.

To see Twitter in French, just check your settings and select “French” from the menu.”

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One Response to “Twitter launches in French”

  1. arnaud Says:

    Thank you Twitter!

    Glam One launched France’s First Social & Integrated Vertical Media Platform about 3 weeks ago.

    Nice writeup in PaidContent – http://paidcont…-from-glam-one/

    1) – Users can post statuses and automatically publish their profiles to Twitter from within the Glam platform and retweet others using Tweetmeme

    2) – Users can import their Twitter feeds

    3) – Users can connect and invite friends using their existing Twitter accounts (using Gigya Socialize’s Oauth integration), FaceBook, Google, Yahoo!, MySpace or AOL

    Check it out; we’ve got 5 verticals live, including http://www.glamfree.com or http://www.glamparis.com. With more french real time search news for LeWeb, maybe …

    anaud

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