Ten new additions are in Africa, including Lingala, Twi, and Tigrinya.
“For years, Google Translate has helped break down language barriers and connect communities worldwide,”
the US company said in a statement.
He adds that he now wants to help those whose languages “are not represented in most technology.”
New languages range from Bhojpuri, spoken by as many as 50 million people in northern India, Nepal, and Fiji, to Divehi, with around 300,000 speakers in the Maldives.
The move means a total of 133 languages are available on Google Translate.