Instagram to introduce Translation button on feed stories and more

In the coming month, Instagram will begin rolling out translation button on feed stories and profile bios to automatically translate foreign texts to the user's registered native language in the popular media-sharing app.

Now, averaging a little over 300 million daily active users (DAU), or people who use the service at least once every day in the U.S., Instagram's astronomical rise lends to the credence of the social networking platform.

And globally, the number of people using Instagram has doubled during the past two years to 500 million monthly active users (MAU), according to the social networking company.

Even as Instagram community has grown into a more global audience, which growth further elevates it as a force to reckon with in the competitive social networking and media-sharing app ecosystem.

While, it's impossible that every language will be supported from day one, the company is keen on extending support to every major languages, and if no translation shows up, it means nothing was detected or it doesn't currently support the language.

To learn more about translation on Instagram, check out the help page for more explanation.
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