Google has added 13 more languages to its Google Translate. With the new additions, the total number of languages Google Translate supports to is over 100.
Sindhi can now be translated and the speakers can type a phrase on their phone or computer and it will be instantly translated into English, or vice versa.
Some of the other languages added today are Hawaiian, Amharic, Corsican, Frisian, Kyrgyz, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Luxembourgish, Scots Gaelic, Shona, Sindhi, Pashto and Xhosa.
Sveta Kelman, Senior Program Manager, Google Translate, said, “The Internet is transforming the way people around the world communicate, learn, live and work, but the Web is only useful if it’s in a language you can understand. By bringing more languages online with Google Translate, we hope more people can have a relevant and useful experience on the Web.”
Google Translate launched in 2006 in Russian, Arabic and Chinese. Google Translate is also integrated into Google products like Chrome, Search, Gmail and YouTube.
At translate.google.com/community you can generate new translations and rate existing ones, match words, and compare translations of words and phrases.