Google’s voice search comes pre-installed on all Android devices and it can prove to be very useful, though it doesn’t support all the languages yet. While this app will probably be replaced by Google Now once Jelly Bean reaches more devices, the company updated it with support for 13 more languages.
I am confident many will be glad to see their native language added to the Google Search, as it seems to be really accurate, at least with some of them.
The new added languages are: Slovak, Swedish, Romanian, Norwegian, Basque, Bulgarian, Finnish, Galician, Hungarian, Catalan, Icelandic, European Portuguese, and Serbian.
The update rolls out slowly, so you might have to wait a bit until getting it. Please let us know if you are satisfied with Google Voice in your language, especially if you are a native speaker of one of the new languages.