Transliteration support on SwiftKey for Tamil speakers is now available. In addition Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Telugu and Kannada are now available in beta and will be released to the wider Indian market later this year.
The announcement coincided with SwiftKey’s first-ever Communications Summit, The Future of Identity, Language and Technology, in Delhi, to examine how communications technology is helping the country overcome language barriers, forge new connections and achieve greater freedom of expression.
The SwiftKey team also unveiled new insights into how Indians are using emojis to express themselves, share their feelings and air their views on the biggest cultural moments of the past 12 months.
Microsoft News Center Staff