Gmail adds support for six Indian languages on feature phones
| by Nishtha Kanal |
Google is warming up to Indian audiences, and how. The search engine giant has added support for six Indic languages in Gmail for feature phones. Starting today, Gmail will support six languages on feature phone browsers: Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu. To choose or toggle between any of these languages, you need to head over to the Settings tab on Gmail from your browser.
“Indian culture is diverse, with more than 100 languages and thousands of alphabets used every day. Depending on where you are, you might hear anything from Gujarati to Bengali and Tamil to Urdu. If you're a speaker of these languages and use a feature phone, communicating is about to get a little easier,” Ian Hill, Project Manager for Google Localisation, wrote in a blog post.
Six new Indian languages added to Gmail for feature phones
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