Google Voice Search: How to Select Multiple Languages
Okay so we all know how Google Voice Search is starting to be used widely ll over the globe, but that brings the problem of multiple languages.
You might want to speak in a different language at some point than the default language selected by your Google app. For that, you are allowed to choose multiple languages at the same time while using Google voice search.
Here are four simple steps you need to follow to set up your Google app:
Step 1: Swipe to the Google Now Cards or open the Google App and tap Settings on the menu.
Step 2: From the Settings tap on Voice.
Step 3: Inside, look for Languages and tap on it.
Step 4: You will now get a list of different languages, you can choose up to five by tapping the checkbox.
Note: In order to choose one default language you should long-press the language that you want as default.
There, you are good to go.
Now, Google will detect whatever language you are speaking in as long as it is one of the five chosen languages. On the backend, Google voice search uses the appropriate translator to understand what you are searching for and give you the appropriate results.
Do remember however, that you should not mix up more than one languages in a single search – speak in one language for every query.
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