Flickr is adding support for seven new languages to include French, German, Korean, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and traditional Chinese with more to come in the future. Flickr was founded 3 years ago and currently has about 24 million active monthly users with only about 45% of that user base coming from the US. Good thing they are adding all that language support. Just in case you were wondering what took them so long it appears the founders Caterina Fake and Stewart Butterfield may have been wondering the same thing.
“Why are we only getting around to this now?” he asked self-mockingly. “There are two answers. One: We are stupid. Two: that we are late.”
Flickr was one of the first to make “tagging” popular and currently have 12.5 million unique tags with 525 million stored photos.
Read [Yahoo! News]