Google is adding two native Central American languages – Maya and Nahuatl – to its universal search service according to AFP. Maya is spoken by 1.5 million people and Nahuatl by more than one million in Mexico. A web page by a translator of the African langauge, Afaan Oromoo, explains the importance and impact of the Google in Your Language project to speakers of minority and community languages. Google now needs to go a step further and do more to promote endangered languages through its search interface.