March 7, 2012

Twitter adds Hebrew and Arabic Home Pages

Twitter users have long been able to fire of messages, mostly known as "tweets", & it will now be able to visit Twitter home page with local language notices and instructions. 

Twitter has now launched Hebrew, Arabic, Farsi & Urdu versions of the website, which further localizes the text message services.

" Twitter is now available in Right to Left messages ", Twitter says in its blog. 

The roster of those who donated time to localize included a Saudi Blogger, Egyptian college students, tech professionals from Iran and Pakistan & co- founders of #Lets TweetArabic campaign. 
With this addition Twitter is now available in 28 languages. 

Twitter has enjoyed explosive growth since it was founded in 2006. In the year 2011, the Saudi Prince has invested $300 in Twitter. Following it now the Twitter has got a few right to left homepages. 

In the last month Twitter boosted the appeal of message sharing service for users around the world. The Techbay | All Rights Reserved.

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