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Siri - Now In Russian
25.02.2015 10:39

Siri Voice Assistant built into the mobile operating system iOS will have the support for the Russian language in 8.3 beta 2 version which will be released in March.

      This was reported by 9to5mac. For the first time after the release of Siri in 2011 Apple has provided recognition of Russian, Danish, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish, Thai and Turkish languages. In addition to new languages, 8.3 will provide wireless support of automotive systems “CarPlay” and new “Emoji” emoticons. Earlier it was disclosed that the company was looking for an engineer for localization of Siri in Russian.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Siri     

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