Gmail Adds Additional Language Support

    July 7, 2005

With the popularity of Google’s email service continuing to grow, the search engine has continued to tweak Gmail’s abilities in order to the growing number of international users who’ve shown interest in using the service.

Since its year anniversary (April 1, 2005), Google has increased Gmail’s storage capacity and expanded its support for foreign languages, adding Gmail services for the Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Russian languages, to name a few.

Gmail Adds Additional Language Support

However, the foreign language upgrade did not stop there. Today, Google revealed it is adding four more languages to its support structure, increasing the total of Gmail language support to 12.

The four languages included into Gmail’s service are: Danish, Finnish, Swedish and Polish. Google indicates these language support additions would continue to increase, much like the service’s storage amount has done.

If you would like to change your Gmail language setting, this page explains how.

Hat-tip to Gary Price

Chris Richardson is a search engine writer and editor for WebProNews. Visit WebProNews for the latest search news.