Google included Hindi in its popular Google translation application. Users can now translate text, web page and issue query in Hindi in order to get desired information and bloggers can use the new application to create blogs in regional languages
TO MAKE Google more acceptable amongst the Hindi speaking population of India, the internet search company has included Hindi in its popular Google translate application, which will allow automated translation between Hindi and English text.
The Google translator is popular for providing translation services to the net users, and its addition of Hindi is much to the delight of Indians. It is worthwhile that there is a huge population in India, which does not understand the Queen’s language, but access the net for gathering information.
Now, users can translate text, web page and issue a query in Hindi in order to obtain the information they desire. The results will also be translated in Hindi and the link for this application is http://www.google.com/translate_t.
The most interesting thing is that a user can type Hindi words using a regular keyboard. Suppose, a person wants to type ’america’, he can type it in English and after hitting the space bar, the word amercia is converted to Hindi language.
With the help of this application, Hindi users can also add iGoogle gadget to their homepage. Not only Hindi, but other regional languages like Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam may also be used easily on the net.
Bloggers might also use this new application to create blogs in select regional languages.
I have tried Google Hinglish translation and am quite happy at the speed of process if not as much the correctness. I believe its a terrific product for those webmasters who would like to quickly create Hindi content sites from existing English content pages.