Google Translate: The tech giant expands its options with 10 new African languages

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Google Translate admits that “while this technology is great, it’s not perfect”.

If you have been stuck with texts in Krio, Ewe or Tigrinya, Google Translate has not helped you, unlike over 100 other languages.

Global tech giant Google has added 24 new languages ​​to its Google Translate platform, spoken by more than 300 million people.

Ten of the newly added languages ​​are spoken in Africa. Examples are Lingala, Twi and Tigrinya.

“For years, Google Translate has helped break down language barriers and connect communities around the world,” said the US-based company.

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