How to Perform Voice Search in Google in Multiple Languages on iPhone/iPad

Finally, it's possible to search Google by voice in multiple languages on your iPhone and iPad. Head over to know more...

Google has added multilingual support to its popular search app. That means you can now search Google by voice in multiple languages on your iOS device.

It’s an excellent feature for the folks who can’t speak English or wish to search Google in their native language. One thing worth noting is that you need to update this app to the latest version of your device before getting started with this feature. Head over to App Store → Updates and then hit the Update button next to the app.

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How to Perform Voice Search in Google in Multiple Languages on iPhone or iPad

How to Search Google by Voice in Multiple Languages on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Google app on your iOS device.

Open Google App on iPhone

Step #2. Now, tap on your profile/settings at the top left corner.

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Tap on Settings in Google App on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on “Voice Search.”

Tap on Voice Search in Google App Settings on iPhone

Step #4. Next, you need to tap on “Language.”

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Tap on Language in Google Voice Search Settings on iPhone

Step #5. Up next, select the additional language you want to use. Currently, you have more than 50 languages to choose from.

Perform Voice Search in Google in Multiple Languages on iPhone

Step #6. Once you have selected your preferred language, tap on Done at the top right corner to confirm. Then, quit the setting.

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Perform Voice Search in Google in Multiple Languages on iPhone or iPad

Step #7. Now, you can tap on mic icon or say “Ok, Google” to start a voice search in the language you have added, and the search app will automatically respond and return results in the same language.

Use Different Language in Google On iPhone

That’s it!

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