Google has rolled out three new languages for its blogging service: Arabic, Persian, and Hebrew – bringing the total number of languages the service is offered in to 40. Blogger now supports composing text and displaying blogs right to left, finally making it easy for many bloggers of the world to express themselves on the Internet in their native language. Every page of the Blogger application now displays right-to-left in these languages. If you're reading this and can't wait to try out Blogger because of this addition, when you've satisfied your curiosity, come back and let us know what you think of Google's hard work.
Google introduced the beta version of Blogger in August 2006 after buying Pyra Labs in 2003. The free service went "final" in December 2006 and in May 2007 was completely moved over to Google operated servers.
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