Google Search App Gets Voice Support for French, German, and Japanese

Google Search App Gets Voice Support for French, German, and Japanese

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The Google Search app has been updated with voice search support for French, German, and Japanese.

Google can now help you find information faster by speaking out answers to your questions in your native language. English speakers have been hearing Google respond to their spoken queries for a while and we're now bringing some of the functionality to people in other parts of the world.

To try it out, simply tap the microphone in the search box and ask for anything you’re looking for. If you need some coffee in Munich, just say “Wo bekomme ich Kaffee in München?” to get a list of local options. Wondering what the height of the Eiffel tower is? Get a quick answer by asking, “Quelle est la hauteur de la Tour Eiffel?”. Maybe you need to know who invented the transistor? Try asking in Japanese for “トランジスタを発明したのはだれ?”

To try it out make sure you have the latest version of the Google Search app installed. You can download Google Search from the App Store for free.

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