Google’s official English language service in Spain is no more.
The Spanish language, Maltais language and the Italian language, now appear to be a “one stop shop”, according to Google’s new English website, which explains that the new Spanish language is no long available, “due to technical reasons”.
This means you can’t use the Maltais, Italian or Spanish language services on Google’s own search engine.
This is in contrast to the way it works in the UK.
In the UK, you can use the Google Translate service to translate documents, but this is only available to English speakers.
Google’s new Spanish service is different.
It works with Google Translator, an app for iPhones and Android devices.
Google says that Google Translated has been in beta testing for the past six months, but that Google is no closer to rolling it out in Spain than it was in the US.
The announcement that Google will no longer be offering Spanish as an official language has been accompanied by a new announcement that the company is working on a Spanish-language app for the iPad.
It has not yet been announced when the new app will be released.
Google has not announced how the company will compensate for the loss of Spanish in the Spanish-speaking world.
In its announcement, Google says that the loss will be offset by a “large increase in Google’s investment in Spanish, as well as other languages around the world”.