Google translate app includes 24 additional languages

Google translate app includes 24 additional languages

Google’s translation app, Google Translate, has added 24 new languages ​​to its system. The total number of languages ​​in the system has increased to 133. In Google’s statement, it was reported that 10 new languages, including 24 from Africa, have been added to the languages ​​translated by the app.

The newly added African languages ​​in the translation app are listed as follows:

“Ashante” spoken by 11 million people in Ghana, “Bambara” spoken by 14 million people in Mali, “Jeje” spoken by 7 million people in Ghana and Togo, “Krio” spoken by 4 million people in Sierra Leone, in Uganda and “Luganda” spoken by 20 million people in Rwanda, “Oromo” spoken by 37 million people in Ethiopia and Kenya, “Lingala” spoken by 45 million people in the Republic of Congo, Angola, South Sudan and Central African Republic, 14 “Sepedi” spoken by one million people, “Tigrinya” spoken by 8 million people in Eritrea and Ethiopia and “Tsongo” spoken by 7 million people in Esvatini, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

The other 14 languages ​​added include the Sorani dialect of Kurdish, as well as languages ​​from India, Latin America and the Philippines.

As a result, the number of languages ​​served by Google Translate has increased to 133.