Google Assistant Goes Bilingual, Several Indian Languages Coming Soon

Google Assistant

Google Assistant is expanding on more Android phones and headphones

You can simply set whichever languages you use at work, home or any time and then the Assistant can automatically flip back and forth no matter which language you use on your phone, smart speakers and more.

In March this year, Google said that Indian users would be able to ask questions and receive answers from Assistant in Hindi. So, if you want to listen to a German hip-hop artist, you just need to say something like, "Hey Google, spiele die Fantastischen Vier".

You'll be in a convey to device up Assistant to care for and reply to any two of the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Eastern.

The virtual assistant will support more languages in the coming months. In fact, it's improved so much that, starting today, it can recognize two different languages interchangeably.

The voice assistant can now understand two languages at once, helping it to fit more seamlessly in the growing number of bilingual homes. It is launching in the UK, France and Germany today. The speaker can be acquired from Google store and from major retailers such as MediaMarkt and Fnac for a recommended price of Euro 399/GBP 399.

See how to get the most out of Google Docs, Google Apps, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google Cloud Platform, and all the other Google products used in business environments. Last month Lenovo launched a line of Assistant-powered monitors. In the end, we broke the problem down into three discrete parts: "Identifying Multiple Languages, Understanding Multiple Languages and Optimizing Multilingual Recognition for Google Assistant users".

Already Samsung has revealed plans for a Bixby speaker to take on Apple's HomePod, Amazon's Echo and Google's Home.

The Assistant is also making your home even smarter.

Assistant will serve up stories that are primarily focused around people who are doing things to help their communities and the world, Google explained. However, because Chinese (both Mandarin and Cantonese) is now not one of the Assistant's supported languages, that'll have to come first.

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