Google Look to Speak for people with speech disabilities is now available in Spanish

Look to Speak, Google’s accessibility app that helps people with speech disabilities, has added support for more languages, including Spanish. The platform is part of Google’s Experiments development wing.

Google Look to Speak was originally announced in December 2020 and only for US users. Now, you have gotten a recent update to add another 17 languages ​​to your database.

The 17 new languages ​​added to Look to Speak They include Arabic (Modern Standard Arabic), Bengali, German, Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Latin American), French, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Marathi, Portuguese, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, and Vietnamese.

Although not a complete replacement for the many tools available to those with motor disabilities and degenerative conditions, the ability to pre-program a series of phrases and access them simply through eye contact can be a real improvement in people’s quality of life. with speech disability.

This new free Google Look to Speak feature is supported from the operating system Android 8.0 From now on, a modality in which thanks to this service it will be possible to help many people in the world who need language and technology so as not to feel discriminated against or isolated from the world.