Hike messenger is about to update its Android messaging platform to support 8 Indian languages, a move that would be welcomed by one and all. Keeping in mind the huge lingual diversity that spans India, the folks at Hike have come out with a perfect solution for people to stay connected and chat in a language they are very much familiar with.
Starting this 23rd December, the Hike messenger app would be updated to support Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu. This move will enable communities all over India to converse in their own native languages breaking the barrier of the English language that used to be the mandatory bridge previously.
The latest features of Hike app will include multi-lingual interface, keyboard, predictive texts and stickers in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu and you can choose your desired language at the time of starting the app. The glide functionality will make it easier for you to switch between languages and use 9 languages on the go. Not to mention, the predictive text functionality will not be absent from the interface.
So what stops you now from sending your loved ones a personalized message in your own language and tone? This 23rd December, the lingual barriers will break, allowing you to chat in a language you absolutely love.
Abhishek Upadhyay Posted on December 22, 2015
Abhishek Upadhyay is a Web Designer and Content Writer in absolute love with travel and technology, hails from Kolkata and plans to go places in search of inspiration and creativity.
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