Cantonese is an expressive language used by chinese communities around the world. Cantonese can be found in Hong Kong, Guangdong, Malaysia, Southeast Asia, Australia, Canada, America, and Britain. Written and spoken Cantonese has evolved over the last 2,000 years. Today it is becoming easier to use Cantonese on our devices.
Traditional Chinese can be written using Cangjie, Strokes, or by pure Handwriting.
Cantonese Romanizations such as Jyutping and Yale make it easier to type Cantonese by sound.
Cantonese text can be read out loud to us. Very helpful for learners and those on the go.
Computers can hear what we say and write it down. Great if you have your hands full.
Assistants help set alarms, make calls, and find information for you with simple commands.
Cantonese and Bilingual support on devices is always improving.
|Dictate||Yes||Yes||Yes||Windows 11 ***|
Features based on iOS 16, macOS 13 Ventura, Android 9.0, and Windows 11 & 10.
* Google Assistant's Cantonese support is only available on Android Smartphones (not Google Homes)
** Windows does support reading text out loud in Cantonese. However, a 3rd party app is required to do this easily.
*** Windows 11 supports Cantonese dictation. However, the majority of people are on Windows 10, which does not support Cantonese dictation.