‘Google’ adds 5 new languages ​​to the Translation Service

May

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2013

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“Google” adds 5 new languages ​​to the Translation Service

The company “Google” America today added five new languages ​​for the translation service of her “Google Translate”, to exceed the number of languages ​​supported by the service 70 languages.

And includes languages ​​that have been added today, “Bosnian” the official language of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the language of “Alsebeoanah” which is one of the languages ​​used in the Philippines, and “Hmong”, a language spoken by some in China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, and the United States of America , as well as the second most spoken language in Indonesia, the language “Javanese”, relative to the island “Java”.

It is noteworthy that “Google”, which today has added 5 languages ​​bringing the number of speakers of languages ​​that have been added today up to 182 million people, and they have done a few weeks ago to add the language “Khmer” It is one of the official languages ​​of Cambodia.
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