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Starting next month, Instagram will offer users translated versions of posts and bios written in languages other than their own, the company has announced.

The translations will work similar to those on Facebook; when you encounter a post or a bio written in a language other than yours, you'll see a "See Translation" button — if your language is available for translation.

Instagram has not released a full list of languages available for translation.

The news comes hot on the heels of Instagram's announcement it has reached 500 million monthly active users.

The photo-focused, Facebook-owned social network has a very strong international presence, with more than 80% of its users being outside of the U.S. as of June 2016.

Besides Facebook, another major social network that offers translations is Twitter, which launched the Microsoft Bing-powered feature in January 2015.

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