Google Maps is currently accessible in 39 new dialects, the organization reported today in a blog entry. These dialects — including Afrikaans, Danish, Filipino, Hebrew, Icelandic, Mongolian, Serbian, Slovak, Swahili, Turkish, and Vietnamese, to give some examples — are talked by around 1.25 billion individuals.
Remember there is an aggregate of 6,909 living dialects recorded in the Ethnologue list. A significant number of the dialects Google included today are talked by the substantial populace. Swahili, specifically, has 8 percent of the African landmass talking it, while Turkish is talked by 9 percent of individuals in Europe.
The new dialect increments are going to the portable and work area renditions of Google Maps on iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows OS. Google Maps at first began off in English in 2004 and has bit by bit taken off various dialect accessibility after some time.
Source: The verge