Four years later, Google Translate finally welcomes new language support

In the past four years, Google has failed to add support for new languages to Google Translate, according tomedia. After a long period of renovation, the company finally announced today that it will add support to five new languages in Google Translate. They are Rwandan, Oria, Tatar, Turkmen and Uyghur. More than 75 million people worldwide speak these five languages.

Four years later, Google Translate finally welcomes new language support

For these five new languages, Google Translate will support text translation and website translation. In addition, the company also mentioned that translation will also support the Rwandan, Tatar and Uyghur virtual keyboard input.

Four years later, Google Translate finally welcomes new language support

Users can now view the latest supported languages on Google Translate.