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“Google translate” adds 10 new languages to serve 200 million people
Google announced the addition of ten new languages to serve for translation Google translate to raise the number of available service to 90 languages is a universal language.
Google said, through her blog , that the ten new languages will provide the possibility of communicating with the 200 million people of her native speakers, most notably the Malayalam language, which is of the most popular languages in India, where the spoken by more than 38 million people.
Besides the Malayalam language, it within Google to serve for translation in three languages of Southeast Asia, a Myanmar language spoken by more than 33 million people, in addition to the Sinhalese language and spoken by over 16 million people in Sri Lanka, and language Sundanese scattered among the citizens of Indonesia, where he talks by more than 39 million people.
She said Google three languages of Africa, the language of the local Chichewa for Malawi and a number of neighboring countries and is spoken by 12 million people, and language Malagasy and spoken by 18 million people, and the language of Sesotho, which is spoken by about six million people in several countries in the continent, such as Lesotho and South Africa.
And from Central Asia to the Google translation service provided by three new languages are Alcazakstnah language and spoken by 11 million people, the language spoken by the Tajik and four million people, and the Uzbek language and is spoken by 25 million people.
The new languages available for translation from or via the Web site to serve Google translate, Translate.google.com, which is not provided after the application of mobile devices, but the company promised provided for those applications and to add interpretation through the Chrome browser in the next few days.Viewing:-161
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