We are very familiar in writing English language in computer. but, what if you need to write in Indian Native Languages like Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi or any other Indian Language?
There are many fonts & keyboards available for writing in Indian Languages but they are very hard to write as the keyboard layout is awful & very difficult to write.
If you want to write easily in Indian Languages than you can use below mentioned tip.
There is an awesome utility available from Google. It is Google Input Tools. Google Input Tools makes it easy to type in the Indian language as well as many other languages like Urdu, Hebrew, Persian and many other you choose, anywhere on the web and on the PC.
Google Input Tools is available to support around 80 languages & you just need to type in English or your preffered language and Google Input Tools will automatically give you suggestion as well as convert that word in your selected native language. Isn’t this great?
Google Input Tools works online as well as complete offline. Find below some of the features of Google Input Tools as well as Download Link of Google Input Tools.
Online, offline, on the go
Whether at home, at work, or somewhere in between—communicate in the language you need, when you need it.
Personalized for you, by you
Google Input Tools remembers your corrections and maintains a custom dictionary for new or uncommon words and names.
Type the way you want
Get your message across in the language and style you want. Switching among over 80 languages and input methods is as seamless as typing.
Try out the Google Input Tools Now for your platform by downloading it from below.
Google Input Tools for Windows is an input method editor which allows users to enter text in any of the supported languages using a Latin (English / QWERTY) keyboard. Users can type a word the way it sounds using Latin characters and Google Input Tools for Windows will convert the word to its native script. Available input tools include transliteration, IME, and on-screen keyboards.
Google Input Tools for Windows is currently available for 22 different languages: Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Persian, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Serbian, Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu, Tigrinya and Urdu.
No internet connection is required.
Dictionary-based word completions for prefixes.
Remembers user corrections along with macro and canonical support.
Dictionary-enabled keyboard to enter rare and complex words.
Single-click web search for highlighted words.
Customize candidate window size, display fonts and more.
Google Input Tools Chrome extension allows users to use input tools in any web pages in Chrome. To use Input Tools Chrome extension, follow these steps:
- Install Google Input Tools
- Click the extension icon and select “Extension options”
- In the “Extension options” page, select the input tool you want from left to right.
- Double click on the left to add an input tool. Double click on the right to remove a selection.
- Sort selected input tools by clicking on an input tool on the right, and clicking on and icons.
To use an input tool, click on the extension icon. In the drop-down menu that appears, select the desired input tool. With an input tool turned on, the extension button becomes a full colored icon, such as . When an input tool is off, the button is grayed out . Clicking on “Turn off” will toggle off an input tool. You can also click on the selected input tools to toggle on/off.
Now you have toggled on an input tool, open a web page, move the cursor to the input box, and start typing. If it doesn’t work, refresh the web page by clicking on .
Google Input Tools is a very very good tools to write in other languages without any need to find-out keyboard keys every-time. Just write in your language and see the magic.
Please leave a comment about your query below as well as if you find another tricks then please let me know in the comment section below.