Twitter is hugly popular micro blogging service. It allows you to send short (upto 140 characters) messages called tweets. You can follow specific people on Twitter and read what they have to say. It also allows you to send private message to your Twitter friends. While the default language of Twitter is English, you can also switch Twitter interface to different language. For this, you need to change language settings for your Twitter account to use it in different language.
Change language setting of Twitter account
1. Goto twitter.com and enter your username, password to login into your Twitter account. You should see Twitter dashboard on successful login.
2. Click your Twitter username at top right and then click Settings option from the drop down pop-up menu. Twitter settings webpage should open.
3. On Twitter Settings page (under default ‘General’ tab) look for Language option. From the drop down box select the language of your choice. You can select either of listed language among: Italian, Spanish, Turkish, English, Korean, French, Russian, German and Japanese.
4. Once specific language is selected, click ‘Save’ button at the bottom of the webpage. This will save your new Twitter language preference and your Twitter account user interface should appear in new selected language.
At the moment Twitter only support few language options. However, new languages support for Twitter interface are being added from time to time. If you are a translator, you can also contribute in making Twitter available in language of your choice by visiting Twitter Translation center at translate.twttr.com website.