We’re excited to close out 2013 with Pinterest being available in 20 languages. Starting today, Pinners in Russia, Poland, Turkey, Czech Republic and Slovakia can access Pinterest, including the iOS and Android apps, in their local languages. These are the latest languages to become available after recent launches in the Nordics, Japan, Italy, France, and UK.
We hope these language updates help people around the world more easily discover the things they love.
Here’s a look at a some Pinners in these Eastern European countries:
—Adam Kubicki, an administrator at a non-profit school for the blind in Poland, curates boards related to non-profit work, education and volunteering
—Warsaw-based photographer Tomasz Zienkiewicz has inspiration boards for photo shoots and projects.
—Moscow-based Olga Le’va has thousands of fashion, DIY, food, fashion and design Pins
—Aysin Alp, department head at a university in Turkey, shares resources with colleagues and connect with other educators around the world
—Hale Uslu, a graphic designer in Turkey, saves inspiration around typography, illustrations and installation art
—Czech Pinner Aika Lajka collects architecture, vintage and design Pins
—Jindřiška Kubešová, a heavy metal music fan in the Czech Republic, saves Pins about crafting, music and wire art
—Prague-based actor and writer Steven Dark organizes his interests and finds visual inspiration for his creative website
—Slovak Pinner Alexandra Adamkovicova has tens of thousands of Pins on recipes, travel, and beauty.
In addition to local Pinners, here’s a look at some businesses on Pinterest:
—Tourism company Visit Slovakia
—Polish toy store Sklep FabrykaWafelków
—An art institute in Moscow, Protey Temen
—The Turkish Travel Blog
—St. Petersburg’s Tutu Design
To change your language, visit your Settings page. You can also download translated iOS and Android apps right now.
We’d like to wish our Pinners all over the world happy holidays!
—Silvia Oviedo-López, Localization Manager, Currently pinning to Localization