Google Search by voice now adds support for Spanish, Italian, German, and French
posted by John V.
Jun 10, 2010, 5:03 PM
On days when you've completely bored yourself out, you may sometimes find yourself going on Google and just search for the most random things on your mind to pass by the time. Naturally the experience is enhanced thanks to Google Search by voice which enables users to simply speak what they want to look for and the app will go and fetch it for you. Initially, Google rolled out this feature for English and soon expanded its support to other languages like Mandarin Chinese and Japanese. However, now they're expanding new language models that are designed for accents from Spain, France, Italy, and Germany. Google has gone ahead and enabled this feature on a variety of platforms like Android, BlackBerry, and the iPhone so you can get right into it.
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