Google has reportedly extended voice search support on Android and iOS platform by adding three more languages other than English.
Google’s voice search app would now be able to answer queries in French, German and Japanese.
According to TechCrunch, despite voice search available in dozens of languages, google could only respond in English earlier, however, the new languages are also supported by Google’s Knowledge Graph to be able to answer queries posted in that language.
The report said that after the initial roll-out, Google might also target Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Italian, all of which are supported by Knowledge Graph.
The support is only available for mobile app, but chances are that the support might be extended to the web very soon, the report added.