Google has begun translating the English version of its Hebrew app into English.
The translation was first announced in November and the Hebrew version of Google Maps is also being translated.
The Hebrew app was initially developed for Android, but it is now available on the Google Play Store and in other Google apps.
Google also said it will release more languages on the Android platform in the future.
The app is available for Android phones and tablets.
Google said the translation is being done using a “custom translation tool” which allows users to choose their language preferences and can help the app adapt to their needs.
Google Maps uses Hebrew for some features.
Google has also begun releasing English versions of its Hindi-language apps, including Google Now and Maps.
The Google-owned company has said it is developing more Hindi-English apps for the Indian market.
The company also said its Google Play store now has more than 20,000 languages, up from 3,000.