Facebook - Offers pirate and upside-down versions of english as language options.
Rosetta Stone - Confirmation screen displays the word “Thanks” in the language of the course you have just purchased.
/via Josh Weinstein
Flickr - When showing possession (I.E. Little Big Details’), the extra ‘s’ is truncated.
iOS 6 - Keyboard detects specifics of language and displays correct diacritics depending on the part of a word.
Google+ - Uses your gender in translations. If you are a female Spanish speaker, the sentences are written in the feminine form.
/via Lucia Soto
Facebook. When hovering on a new language on Facebook, they give you the name of this language in English.
/via Pierre Valade
Facebook - When a comment is not in your set language, there is an option to translate it.
/via | Marina Janeiko |
Github - Asks you if you’d rather see their site in Dutch, and tells you in both English and Dutch.
/via Joeri Kiekebosch