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Reddit kicked off the first phase last week of translating its platform on Android, desktop and iOS into French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
The company wrote in a blog post, “We are taking an iterative approach toward supporting more languages, which means future phases will include more product coverage, more language coverage and further refinement of our translations.”
Reddit also detailed updates to its Android and iOS home feed, specifically related to sort, writing in a separate blog post, “After 15-plus years and millions of feedback comments, survey responses, customer interviews and Mod Council conversations, we know that whether you’ve been here since the great Digg migration or because you heard about a little community called r/wallstreetbets, we want to help you find communities that you will love on Reddit.