Google Input Tools
Google Input Tools are a set of IME (Input Method Editors) introduced by Google for Chrome, Windows, Android devices, and Google Services to allow users to type in their local language in any application.
- Works across devices
- Online/offline mode
- Web-based working
- Support for a large number of languages
- Intuitive and easy to use
- Available as a Chrome extension
- No longer available as a desktop application
- Limited functionality
A useful software designed for individuals, agencies, startups, small businesses, and enterprises, Google Input Tools is an easy-to-use tool with a simple interface. This set of tools delivers end-to-end solutions for macOS, Windows, and Android operating systems and works on mobile and desktop.
This software helps write text in any regional language including Bengali, Chinese, Hindi, Gujarati, Telugu, Russian, Persian, Nepali, Japanese, Malayalam, Tamil, Urdu, and others. You can type the letters and words in English in the regional format and the tool converts it into the native word. It also provides suggestions for matching words. It can be used online as well as offline.
Google Input Tools is available as a Chrome extension and can also be integrated with Microsoft Office software. It works on a dictionary-based approach called transliteration whereby the words you type are converted into the native language by matching with the characters in the dictionary. Installing and getting started with this software is a breeze. You simply need to sign in through the website and add users.
Google Input Tools is a powerful suite of tools that make writing in regional languages effortless. With this software on your desktop or mobile, you can easily write in your native language using the on-screen keyboard that automatically converts the typed word into the language format. With such a large number of languages supported, it caters to users from different parts of the world.
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