Monday, 26 January 2015

Reverie launches Swalekh multilingual Android keyboard with 11 Indian languages

Reverie Language Technologies launches Swalekh, a multilingual keyboard on Google Play Store. The keyboard supports 11 Indian languages, and will be compatible with all Android-based devices. These languages are : Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu, apart from English.

Swalekh multilingual Android keyboard
Swalekh multilingual Android keyboard

Swalekh can be used in three modes – native, phonetic and macaronic. In native mode, users will be able to type in their native language character keyboard. In phonetic mode, a users will be able to type in English, while the text automatically gets converted to the language of their choice. Marcaronic mode will allow users to write in multiple languages at the same time.

Commenting on the launch, Arvind Pani, Co-founder and CEO, Reverie Language Technologies, said,"After months of research, Swalekh has been designed and developed keeping non-English users in mind. We pride ourselves in calling it ‘Made in India, Made for India product. At Reverie, we have always aimed to address the local language user experience problem from all angles – be it typing, reading, quality of fonts, content discovery etc. I’m confident Swalekh will take the local language user experience up by many notches and it will set a trend among digital users to express themselves in their local language".

Download Swalekh from Google Play Store

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