Good News! Google will now translate in Bhojpuri language too, new languages ​​​​connected ..

Desk : In the event of Google I/O 2022, the company launched new devices and features. Google organizes this event every year. Many big news came out at the event this year. The news related to Google Translate also came out in the event. The company has updated Google Translate and added 24 new languages. […]
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Good News!  Google will now translate in Bhojpuri language too, new languages ​​​​connected ..

Desk : In the event of Google I/O 2022, the company launched new devices and features. Google organizes this event every year. Many big news came out at the event this year. The news related to Google Translate also came out in the event. The company has updated Google Translate and added 24 new languages. Let us tell you that 24 languages ​​including Sanskrit, Bhojpuri have been added to the new languages.

After adding these languages, now Google Translate has started supporting 133 languages. During the event, Google revealed that additional languages ​​are used by more than 300 million people worldwide.

Good News!  Google will now translate in Bhojpuri language too, new languages ​​​​connected ..

Here’s a List of the 24 Languages ​​Added to Google Translate

Good News!  Google will now translate in Bhojpuri language too, new languages ​​​​connected ..

Sanskrit (used by about 20 thousand people in India)
Assamese (used by 25 million people in Northeast India)
Bhojpuri (used by over 50 million people in northern India, Nepal and Fiji)
Dogri (Used by 3 million people in North India)
Konkani (used by about 2 million people in central India)
Maithili (used by 34 million people in northern India)
Manipuri (used by 2 million people in Northeast India)
Mizo (used by over 8 lakh people in Northeast India)
Bambara (used in Mali by 14 million people)
Dhivehi (used by 3 lakh people in Maldives)
ewe (used by 7 million people in Ghana and Togo)
Guarani (used by 7 million people in Paraguay and Bolivia)
Ilocano (used by 10 million people in the northern Philippines)
Krio (used by 4 million people in Sierra Leone)
Kurdish (used by 8 million people in Iraq)
Lingala (45 million people use it in the Central African Republic, the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Angola and the Republic of South Sudan)
Uganda (used by 20 million people)
Oromo (used by 37 million people in Ethiopia and Kenya)
Quechua (used by 10 million people in Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru)
Sepedi (used by 14 million people in South Africa)
tigrinya (used by 8 million people in Ethiopia and Eritrea)
Songa (used by 7 million people in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Eswatini)
Twi (used by 11 million people in Ghana)
Aymara (used by 2 million people in Bolivia, Chile and Peru)