Businesses using internet marketing services may soon be able to take advantage of an improved Google Search by Voice function wherever they are in the world.

The search engine has revealed how it is gradually rolling out the feature across a variety of different languages.

After initially launching the tool in English in the UK, US, India, Australia and New Zealand, it was then introduced in Japanese and Mandarin.

Now, Google has extended its offering even further and it is available in French, Italian, German and Spanish.

Because local dialects are likely to affect the performance of the speech recognition technology, these languages have so far only been introduced in their native countries.

The latest languages to be included in Search by Voice are Korean and Traditional Mandarin.

Last week, the brand announced it is to integrate PDF formats into its Chrome internet browser, which IT director at eDigitalResearch Shane Wright described as being part of Google’s plan to make life easier for users.

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