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Mozilla Labs releases Ubiquity 0.5

Today the Mozilla Labs team released a major upgrade to the Ubiquity project with Ubiquity 0.5. The release focuses on making the instructions you give to Ubiquity feel more natural and human, as well as bringing Ubiquity’s power to many more languages. For more information and to learn how you can download and get involved in the project, read the Mozilla Labs blog post, excerpted below:

This new release brings:

* The first internationalized Ubiquity, where even non-coders can help bring Ubiquity to their language
* A more natural, human, and robust way to give Ubiquity instructions.
* A new, game-inspired interactive tutorial.
* Experimental smart suggestions: type “pasta” and Ubiquity recommends Yelp. (This feature needs to be enabled on the Ubiquity settings settings page).

You can also check out Planet Ubiquity for the latest and greatest Ubiquity happenings.

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