Google Translate adds 13 more languages

Google Translate has added 13 more languages to its roster, including Xhosa.

By - February 19, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Google Translate has added 13 more languages to its roster, including Xhosa.

This brings the total number of languages on offer through the service to 103.

“Almost 10 years later, with today’s update, we now offer 103 languages that cover 99% of the online population,” said Google.

The new languages are:

  • Amharic (Ethiopia)
  • Corsican (Corsica island in France)
  • Frisian (Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands)
  • Kyrgyz (Kyrgyzstan)
  • Hawaiian
  • Kurdish/Kurmanji (Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria)
  • Luxembourgish
  • Samoan
  • Scots Gaelic
  • Shona (Zimbabwe)
  • Sindhi (Pakistan)
  • Pashto (Afghanistan)
  • Xhosa (South Africa)

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