Brings the grand total to 42 languages across 46 countries.
Google has added 13 new languages to its Android Voice Search app, which comes as standard on devices running Android Froyo (2.2), while earlier OS users can download it from Google Play.
That means Android users can now talk to their devices in 42 different languages, calling on it to search the web, phone, or maps to retrieve info, saving their tired thumbs from bashing buttons or tapping touchscreens.
The update is currently rolling out, and will be continue over the week.
New tongues include:
* European Portuguese
The expansion follows Google recently announcing its plans to launch in the Apple App Store, competing with the firm's own Siri virtual assistant.