Vine Goes Global, Gets Translated to 19 New Languages

Both Android and iOS apps got translated to a bunch of new languages

By on November 22nd, 2013 20:26 GMT

Vine is making sure everyone around the world knows how to use the app and it’s making everything that much more easier by launching a bunch of localized versions of its app.

Twitter’s tool just got translated into 19 languages for both iOS and Android apps. From now on, they’re available in Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Thai and Turkish.

The Android version is also available in two additional languages, namely Filipino and Polish. The company hopes to make it easier for people all around the globe to watch and share posts that are amusing, teach us new things or help us find out what’s happening around us in the real world.

“We’re also beginning to explore ways to surface Vine videos that are popular in a particular country. Wherever you are in the world –– be it Japan, Brazil or somewhere in between –– we hope this update makes it easier for you to discover and create videos that bring us all closer together,” wrote Vine’s co-founder Colin Kroll.

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