Google Voice Search in Arabic and Hebrew for Android and iPhone users introduced today enable users to speak Arabic and Hebrew into their phones to get search results quickly and easily.
“With this launch, Voice Search is now supported in 29 languages and accents in 37 countries,” announced Google Mobile.
Note that you can only speak one language into the app at any time and that you may need to change your language setting first.
“How you get started with Google Voice Search depends on what kind of phone you have. If you already have Google Search App installed, you can enable voice search by selecting the new languages from the settings panel within the app.
If your phone runs Android 2.2 or later, and you see the microphone icon on the Google Search widget on your homescreen, all you have to do is tap the icon to start a voice-powered search,” writes Google Mobile.