Google Voice Recognition Now Supports 119 Languages

Aug 15, 2017 • 7:39 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

Google announced they now have added 30 new languages to their voice recognition capability, bringing it to a total of 119 language varieties, in Gboard on Android, Voice Search and more. And even more, Google also added the ability to dictate emojis in the US.

Here are the 30 new languages:

  • Amharic (Ethiopia)
  • Armenian (Armenia)
  • Azerbaijani (Azerbaijani)
  • Bengali (Bangladesh, India)
  • English (Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania)
  • Georgian (Georgia)
  • Gujarati (India)
  • Javanese (Indonesia)
  • Kannada (India)
  • Khmer (Cambodian)
  • Lao (Laos)
  • Latvian (Latvia)
  • Malayalam (India)
  • Marathi (India)
  • Nepali (Nepal)
  • Sinhala (Sri Lanka)
  • Sundanese (Indonesia)
  • Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya)
  • Tamil (India, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Malaysia)
  • Telugu (India)
  • Urdu (Pakistan, India)
These are also available in the Cloud Speech API and will roll out to other apps and APIs soon.

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