CNET that the team decided that the feature wasn't ready for release because they found software problems during the final round of testing. The spokesperson went on to say, "Multi-language support is complicated stuff and they found some bugs during their final testing phase that they wanted to fix before making the feature generally available."A Google spokesperson reportedly told
The new language support is still on the way, but has been pushed back until "later this summer". That's a fairly broad timeframe, given that summer just about a week and a half ago, so there is quite a bit of time left between now and the end of summer. Still, it's good to see voice commands moving beyond English.