Now on Android: Get the TED app, localized in 20 languages

30 07 2013

TED Blog

The TED Android app has long let you watch more than 1,500 TED Talks, with subtitles in 102* languages. But with the launch of version 2.0 today, our award-winning app is now localized in 20 languages — from Spanish to Swedish, Chinese to Czech, Arabic to Korean. This means that fans in more than 100 countries will be able to browse and search for talks, read the FAQ and Help sections, and get the overall TED experience in their native language. With the new app, speakers will see headlines and talk descriptions in the language they speak. Even navigation menus have been translated.

The localized app gives easy access to translated and subtitled TED Talks, while still providing the full library of talks and a curated audio stream. We are thrilled that, for the first time, TED fans who speak languages other than English will get the full experience of browsing…

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