The Translation World Records And Other Notable Facts
Translated texts affect every aspect of our personal lives. Translation shines a spotlight into the nooks and crannies of our everyday life. The books we read. The movies we watch. The food we eat. The opinions we hold.
Translation affects everything from holy books to hurricane warnings. It fuels the global economy and prevents wars, and stops the outbreak of disease. From tubby tucks to terrorists, it is everywhere all over the world.
Translation is needed by both the masses and millionaires. It converts the words of dictators and diplomats, princes and pop stars. No matter who you are or what you are, everyone needs translated texts.
The Most Translated Websites In The World
Facebook has been translated into 101 languages. The goal of the company today is to translate Facebook into all the languages requested by Facebook users. More than 40 languages currently are in the process of being translated.
Twitter has localized its website into almost 50 languages. Human-powered translation is critical to Twitter’s growth and expansion. More than 1 billion of the 1.7 billion who use Twitter, speak a language other than English.
LinkedIn is a business- and employment-oriented social networking service. It has been translated into 24 languages. The network keeps growing, and within the near future, the company will offer more languages.