Google Indian Language support

Google introduces Indian language support across all its products. With an aim to facilitate the billions of Indians, who are using the internet, finally, Google has announced new features, a few moments ago.

It is mainly to serve the needs of the Indians and to give them what they are searching. Google even released the findings in the form of a report, by Google and KPMG India, which named as “Indian Languages – Defining India’s Internet.”

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From today, Google is going to translate between English to approximately other nine languages like Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Gujarati, Kannada and Malayalam. It all happens, because of the new technology of Google, which called as Neural Machine Translation technology. Instead of pieces of sentences, this system will help you to translate full sentences at a time.

It also announced another new features and extension of Neural Machine Translation. It will aid to get more accurate and easier translations of full pages through the Auto-Translate functionality in Google Chrome. This will be available for users on Google search and Maps, where they can get the local reviews get translated into the preferred language.

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The Google also has plans to introduce a new Keyboard for Android, that supports Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Urdu, Tamil, Gujarati, and Marathi. They can immediately use the Google translate after typing on this keyboard. For all those users who often switch between Hindi and English, can get the Hinglish option. This tool will save the time of users by giving easier selecting options. On similar lines, Google Indic Keyboard comes with auto-correction and prediction in these newly introduced languages.

For example, if you type Nirdeshak ka matlab in Google Search, you will immediately get the word meanings and dictionary definitions on the search results page, including English translations.

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