Do you remember the unofficial Google Multilingual Voice Search that was launched quite a while ago? Well, the folks behind it have expanded the service into additional territory: Twitter. Functioning in the same way as the Google Multilingual Voice Search, the Twitter Multilingual Voice Search lets users search Twitter using their voice, making use of different languages.
All you have to do is select the Speech-to-Text Language, click on the microphone and then speak in the language which you selected. Instead of giving you Google search results, you’ll be treated with the search results of Twitter feeds instead. At the moment 51 Speech-to-Text languages are supported, including Afrikaans, Chinese, Taiwan Chinese, Dutch, English, American English, French, Italian, Russian, Zulu and more.
Check out the Twitter Multilingual Voice Search.
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