The five new languages added are Uyghur, Turkmen, Rwanda, Tatar, and Oriya. New languages have been added for the first time in four years since 2016, and a total of 108 languages can now be translated. For Uyghur, Rwanda, and Tatar languages, virtual keyboard input is also supported. According to Google, Google Translate learns from existing translation services and builds on it, so it couldn't cover languages with few translations. The addition of the new language this time is due to improved learning abilities and the contribution of the community to improve the quality of Google Translate.
By the way, the newly added language is Uyghur, which is mainly used by people in the southern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China. However, unfortunately, people in Uyghur Autonomous Region may have difficulty using this translation due to the limited use of Google in China.
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