Google adds new languages for the translation service for the first time since 4 years

5 new languages added to the translation service of Google after 4 years of expansion from the addition of any language.

جوجل تضيف لغات جديدة لخدمة الترجمة لأول مرة منذ 4 سنوات

Google added 5 new languages to the translation service of its own for the first time since 2016, which is a difference Time greater than the usual for a company that always seek to provide their services continuously for more users around the world. This language, of course, represent the local languages of a number of groups or countries being the world’s major languages covered by the service since long years.

The new language, the language of Kinyarwanda in Rwanda, the language of the Odia Indian, the Tatar language, the language of the Uighur spoken by the Muslims of West China in the region of the Uighur, the language of the Turkmen spoken by groups of Central Asia (countries of Turkestan) in countries such as Greece, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and others.

Google says that the new language is spoken by over 75 million people around the world and are first added by the company since 2016. She refuses to do so the number of languages total in service upgrade to 108 universal language and is spoken by people around the world.

According to the company, the updates will be added to the new translation of the texts of the languages of the host as well as the translation of websites that are published in those languages, and add support for the virtual keyboard for computers to write in the languages of the Tatar water and the language of Kenya and Rwanda to help users to write in those languages themselves.

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