Indian Regional Langauge Typing in Android Phone

Indian Regional Langauge Typing in Android Phone

If you want to type in your language with English read this article and follow the steps to Enable your language typing threw English. This app is free and provided by Google. this app will help you type in Indian languages like Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi, Kannada or all other Indian language by transliteration method. 

Typing in हिन्दी (Hindi) on your Android Mobile phones and tablets just got easier with Lipikaar’s Hindi typing keyboard for Android. Lipikaar’s Hindi Keyboard is now available for FREE on Google Play for all Android devices.

Features:

  • Works seamlessly with all Android applications like Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, Email, Search, SMS etc.
  • Simple and intuitive typing – no memorizing key positions.
  • Easy switching between English and Hindi without changing keyboards.
  • Supports Android version 2.3 and above.

In android phone we can easily type in Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Bengali, Odia, Kannada and Assamese (Total 11 Indian language supported by this software) with simply download one app from google play store and enable simple setting for Hindi (or your language) type in android phone. This is very simple method of type in Hindi(as well as 10 other Indian languages also) in Android phone, this app will convert  English in Hindi (or your language). Keep in mind English to Hindi typing is known as “Hinglish”.  Follow given steps to enable english to hindi typing (or your language) in android phone:

Step 1: Download Google Indic Keyboard App from play store

Click on link to download Google indic keyboard 

You can direct download app to your mobile phone by searching “Google Indic keyoard” in Play store.

Step 2: After installation open the app by clicking on Open button. 

Step 3: When you first time open the app will see three setting menus as showing in below image:

Step 4: Now select “English & Indic Languages” and click on “Set up Input Method”. A new Pop up box will open having options of many languages you have to select “Hindi & Hinglish” (or your language) as shown in image below:

 Step 5: After that you will small aero icon in bottom of your mobile phone screen. Click on to select the theme from available two.

Step: 6 Now Cilck on Given button shown in image to type in English to Hindi or Hinglish. You can change the keyboard by press and hold spacebar key it will open keyboard option, you can change back to English or Hinglish.

Step 7 If you want to change setting again and go to -> settings -> languages & input -> you will see options there to change or set another language and input method. 

TechWelkin English to Hindi Typing Tool is a simple facility that gives you a clean interface to easily type in Hindi on computer and do English to Hindi translation (conversion). This tool automatically converts the Roman text into Hindi Unicode font. For example, if you need to type “भारत” just type “bhaarat” in the above box. As soon as you will hit SPACE key, the English text will convert into Devanagari text.

If you want to learn typing we have published a list of best software to learn touch typing.

Unicode is a standard that defines all the letters in all the languages around the world. Text typed in Unicode can be read on all the computers without installing any extra piece of software. Therefore, it is always recommended that you type Hindi in Unicode. The TechWelkin Hindi typing tool gives you Unicoded text. So, you copy the Hindi text from above box and paste it anywhere in the computer; for example Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, MS-Word document etc.

This conversion of one script to another (i.e. Roman script to Devanagari) is called transliteration. However, some people mistakenly call it English to Hindi translation. Translation happens when vocabulary is changed. In this Hindi typing tool, only alphabets are changed to a different script.

Hindi is written using Devanagari script. This script is also shared by several other languages including Sanskrit, Marathi and Maithili. Hindi typing on computer picked up pace when Unicode standard was defined for Hindi. Earlier, Hindi was written on computers using legacy, non-Unicode fonts like Krutidev, Shusha, Shiva and Chanakya. Scores of such fonts were in use between the year 2000 and 2006.

The main trouble with these fonts was that the Hindi text typed on one computer was not readable on other computers if the font used was absent on the target computer. To get around this problem, people used to send the font file along with the typed Hindi material. The reader had to first install the font and only then the file used to become legible.

This problem aggravated when Internet became popular on India and people began to type Hindi online. Thousands of blogs and websites in Hindi language came up. Such websites had no option but to place a notice on their homepage with instructions on how to download the legacy font that was used on the website.

All these problems began to vanish when Unicode came by. It revolutionized the online Hindi typing. Google came up with Transliteration tool that allowed users to do English to Hindi translation (it is actually conversion, but many people still call it translation). In no time, several font converters were also developed to allow automatic conversion of Hindi text into Unicode. Microsoft bundled the Mangal font with its Windows operating system. Mangal is a Unicode font and it solved the problem of unavailability of a universal font. Now that Mangal was present on almost all the computers, online typing in Hindi and display of Devanagari script on websites became very easy.

Hindi is a major language in India. It is understood in most parts of the country but states like Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh constitute a so-called Hindi Belt. These are the states where Hindi is the lingua franca.

Now, use of Hindi on computer, Internet and mobile devices is fairly popular. Hindi speakers want to type status messages on WhatsApp, posts on Facebook and emails in Hindi. It is heartening to see that technological support has given a great boost to the online presence of Hindi language. Online content in Hindi is not yet in excellent shape but things are moving is a better direction. Companies have been showing their confidence in Hindi content. For example, recently Google changed its policy to officially allow the use of Google AdSense ads on Hindi websites. This could turn out to be a big moment for professional bloggers who do bloggingin Hindi language.

If you feel surprised to see your friend sending you message written in Hindi, then it is time that you refresh your skills. It is extremely easy to type Hindi on computer. Give a try to the TechWelkin online tool for Hindi typing and you’ll see on your own that it is not so difficult. You don’t need to learn professional typing. The above tool uses phonetic layout. Type with the regular English keyboard and this tool will automatically convert English text into Hindi. It’s fun! Give it a try.

The above tool allows you to save file as a MS-Word document. It also gives you the option of easily correcting commonly made mistakes in typing (for example, people use pipe symbol ( | ) instead of poorna-viraam). If you’re using Internet Explorer, Save option may not work. In such a case, you can copy the typed text and save it manually in a file. However, we would advise you to begin using Google Chrome or Firefox web browsers (these are much better than Internet Explorer).

This online English to Hindi typing tool is mobile-friendly and you can use it on your tablet or mobile phone as well. However, you can also learn how to directly type Hindi on mobile phones.

We hope that this tool will be useful for you. Please share it with your friends as well.

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