Google makes Gmail autocomplete search available in 47 new languages

Google makes Gmail autocomplete search available in 47 new languages

PanARMENIAN.Net - Following a handful of other updates across its properties, Google has just updated its autocomplete predictions feature for Gmail’s search bar to support 47 new languages, The Next Web reports.

This feature originally launched back in May with just support for English.

According to Google, the Gmail team has plans to roll out more languages over time. This includes “Chinese, Korean, Japanese and right-to-left languages,” all of which will be released “over the coming months.”

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