Twitter has officially added its Bing-powered translation feature to its web and mobile apps.
Twitter has been experimenting with the tool for some time, but now it seems as though it’s here to stay. The translation feature is now part of the social network’s website, and also works on iOS, Android and TweetDeck. It can provide translations between more than 40 language pairs.
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The tool is easy to use: Users click on a tweet, and once it’s pulled up, a tiny globe-like icon will appear under the post. Clicking that will prompt Bing to translate the tweet to the user’s default language. The original tweet sits on top of the translated tweet: Read more…