Until now, there hasn’t been a good way to send email to friends and family in Hindi, my native language and their language of choice. Although this feature was available on Orkut & other Google products, it was not available for Gmail.
Google has finally launched this feature for Gmail. If you are an Indian you will get this feature by default. If not, you’ll need to turn it on in the “Language” section under Settings.
Once enabled, just click the Indian languages icon and type words in the way they sound in English — Gmail will automatically convert them to their Indian language equivalent.
Gmail currently support five Indian languages – Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.
Google Apps users will see this appearing in their Gmail in the coming weeks.
(Via: Official Gmail Blog)
[Editors Note: This post is by guest blogger Jatin Sapra who blogs about latest technology features on Freedom2Blog
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by far the best traslation utility I’ve ever seen to convert to Malayalam. Google keeps proving that they’ve the best developers out there… Thank you so much.
I tried, but don’t know the option typing the tamil in gmail.