Google Adds Arabic To Its Voice Search Services On iOS And Android [Headlines]

Google Adds Arabic To Its Voice Search Services On iOS And Android [Headlines]
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The search giant adds a new language to its platform to reach a wider, global user base.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 7 december 2011

We’ve been seeing a constant rise in the use of Arabic online, and Google has just added yet another way to access Arabic web content when you’re on the go.

Thanks to Google, you can now use Voice Search in Arabic on your iOS or Android devices. Because there are so many different dialects in Arabic, Google has provided the option to choose between 10 regional dialects including Egyptian, Lebanese, Bahraini, Palestinian and Qatari, among others. The Next Web

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