In an upcoming release, Google Now may finally be used by more than one language in voice search. Was the app gearing up for even greater expansion?
Everyone who uses two or more languages has always missed being able to use both in a possible voice search. It is hard work to go through the application settings and change the language whenever you use another one. But that will stop happening soon. Google Voice Search will soon support simultaneous languages.
The "bonus" is slowly being distributed, just as with the "OK Google" command throughout the system earlier. The feature consists of checkboxes available in the Google Now language menu. For now, up to five languages can be placed and you can give a long press to place one of them as the main search. Even the app itself recommends leaving English (US) as the main one as it makes it easier to use "OK Google" on any screen.
In short, research can finally be done in multiple languages at once. One word in English, then Portuguese or even Spanish, the service will understand without any problem.
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