Twitter Launches Crowdsourced Translation Center To Add Indonesian, Russian, And Turkish

Tweets have been resounding around the world with Twitter already rolled out in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and Korean. However, its full steam ahead to make Twitter available in even more languages with the help of volunteers in Twitters newly established "Translation Center."

Twitter just officially announced the Translation Center on their blog stating that it will allow them to "crowdsource translations from our passionate users in order to more quickly launch Twitter in additional languages." Volunteers will be translating Twitter, the product itself, such as the settings and intro pages, rather than individual tweets.

Anyone can sign up at the Translation Center, choose a language, and begin translating right away. Twitter needs help localizing not only twitter.com, but also mobile.twitter.com, Twitter app for iPhone and iPad, Twitter for Android, Twitter Help, and the Twitter Business Center.

They are looking specifically for translators in the following languages: French, Indonesian, Italian, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish.

[Via Twitter]