Gmail Goes Desi – Adds Five Indian Languages To The Mail Editor

March 31st, 2009 | 1 Comment | Posted in Internet by bharath

Composing Gmail in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam or Kannada made easy.

There was a time when Indian users had no option to send a mail in their own language, and later few software’s like Baraha had made it easier the task,and after sometime Google had come up with fantastic Google Indic Transliteration tool, an online translator which automatically translates the words that you type in English to the five Indian languages, and later extended to other Google services like Blogger, Orkut, iGoogle .Now Google finally thinks that it’s time to add this feature to the users of Gmail in India.

The Gmail editor (composer) much like other editors such as Blogger editor will also have an option to choose the language from the drop down listgmail 5 different indian languages choice (currently five Indian languages Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil are available) to compose mail in that particular language.

gmail compose in 5 inidc languages

This is a really cool feature for Indian Gmail users and I’m sure they gonna love it.

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One Response to “Gmail Goes Desi – Adds Five Indian Languages To The Mail Editor”

  1. Malvani People Says:

    Google is doing a great job, for Hindi even translation is available, I am just waiting for it to come to Marathi.

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