Twitter to introduce translation of feeds

What a day for social media news.

If you haven’t been following, this morning Facebook continuously hyped the importance of communicating with others easily and in the “most seamless way possible” at their San Francisco press conference. And just now, Twitter’s new blog post has yet more feature updates to add to its repertoire.

“Trending Topics,” the feature located on the lower-right side of the Twitter interface that shows the most tweeted words and phrases in particular world cities and countries, “is in high demand from folks in cities that aren’t yet on the list,” says the company’s blog post. “So today, we’re expanding local trends to include 13 new countries and 6 new cities. These new locations include some of our fastest growing markets. More cities and countries to come.”

The new countries include Argentina, Australia, Chile, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, Turkey and Venezuela. Amongst the new cities to be found are Detroit, Miami, Minneapolis, Rio De Janeiro, Sydney and Toronto.

Read the original article at Forbes.

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