Translate Tweets

Twitter is a great way to connect with other people, coming from all over the globe. You might be following or have followers of different countries. While this is a great feel to come across the people from various locations, it becomes problem when we can’t understand their tweets or our tweets are not understood by them due to language problem.

If you are also facing the same problem, then this post is going to be helpful for you as I am writing down the way to translate tweets into different languages.

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So let’s have a look at it. Use Google Translate. The best way to convert your own tweets or tweets coming from others into different languages. If you want to tweet in a different language, just go to Google Translate and enter your tweet in the first box in english.****&id=****

Select your target language and Google Translate will convert the text which you entered for you. You can then copy it and post on your Twitter timeline.

Similarly you can translate the tweets of others by just copying them and pasting in Google Translate. Not only for tweeting purpose, you can use google translator to write or read blog posts as you want.

Use Grease monkey Script. Grease monkey, the simplest way to see the tweets translated in your favorite language.

This is the most convenient method as you need not to do any work outside Twitter. If you are having Mozilla Firefox browser, then install the Grease monkey and install the script from here. The script works fine on Google Chrome as well. Once installed, just open your Twitter feed.

How It Works

Hover your mouse pointer to foreign tweet, and then just click on ‘Translate’ option.

Now select your favorite language and that’s it. The tweet will get translated into your favorite language. Use Translating Feature of Third-Party Twitter Clients.

Nowadays, almost all Twitter clients come with the translating feature. The translating feature allows you to quickly translate your tweet into other languages.

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