Google has added 30 languages for voice-to-text feature


Google’s speech-to-text recognition has added more languages to its database. This feature allows users to dictate a message and the phone types it out.

What Google did was to collect speech samples from native speakers. The company in a blog post stated, “This process trained our machine learning models to understand the sounds and words of the new languages and to improve their accuracy when exposed to more examples over time,”

Another featurethey introduced allows users to dictate emojis. This function has been released for only English speakers.

To access these features you have to install Gboard for Android or iOS