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Gmail adds Gaeilge (Irish) to list of supported languages

The folks at Gmail are upping supported languages once again, toady adding Gaeilge (Irish) to the list. With Gmail now available in 71 languages, around 95% of the world's internet population is represented. Gaeilge joins the likes of Cherokee, Mongolian, Zulu, and many others.

Irish, in case you didn't know, is the national and first language of the Republic of Ireland. It's taught to all schoolchildren, and it's spoken daily in the Gaeltacht, so for many Irish people it sparks memories of a shared history—from summers on the Western coast to the story of Peig and the Blasket Islands.

If you're ready to get your Irish on, just pop open your Gmail language settings to make the switch.

Source: Gmail Blog

By day, Adam is a writer for multiple Future Publishing brands with over fifteen years of experience. He's expertly researched and written hundreds of articles ranging from mobile phones to mobile homes to baby mobiles. By night, he's a gadget geek, avid disc golfer, 80s nerd, cord cutter, cook, husband, dad, and memory collector.
6 Comments
  • Nice! I was led to believe that the Irish language was dying out in the Republic. I guess not? Posted from my Motorola Moto G
  • I couldn't use gmail until they supported Cherokee
  • Tá mé thar a bheith sásta. Is breá liom a bheith in ann Gaeilge a labhairt le daoine. Coinnigh an teanga beo. Coinnigh suas é Google Posted via the Android Central App
  • Go hiontach ar fad Posted via Android Central App
  • "toady adding Gaeilge" - FOR FROGS SAKE!
  • That's good craic!