Google Input Tools Now Available For Windows!! Here's how to use it.

You've surely used a Google Input Tool on your Android such as Google Hindi/Pinyin/Arabic etc. And now, it's available for your PC! Here's how to use it, as we are getting e-mails from many people asking how to utilize this great feature.




What is Google Input Tools?

Google Input Tools for Windows is an input method editor which allows users to enter text in any of the supported languages using a Latin (English / QWERTY) keyboard. Users can type a word the way it sounds using Latin characters and Google Input Tools for Windows will convert the word to its native script. Available input tools include transliteration, IME, and on-screen keyboards.

Google Input Tools for Windows is currently available for 22 different languages: Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Persian, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Serbian, Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu, Tigrinya and Urdu.

The Question that everyone is asking - How do we use it?

Most of those people who have downloaded this tools are confused how to configure it. Here is the method, with screen shots of my computer.

STEPS




Open the file you downloaded




 It will download the language packs that you selected




It will then install them



After installation, open Control Panel


In the search bar, type language, and select Change Input Methods under Language



 You can see the language packs you downloaded


Go to advanced settings from the left panel
 Then, check the check box next to Use The Language Bar When Available


Select the language pack you want 


Congrats! You just configured Google Input Tools! You can now open notepad or any other application and what you type will get transliterated. For example, if you selected Hindi, and typed 
"Namaste", it will change into "नमस्ते"!

YOU CAN CONTACT ME ON GOOGLE PLUS IF ANYTHING GOES THE WAY IT SHOULD NOT GO, OR SOMETHING DOES NOT WORK AND I WILL TRY TO HELP YOU.




Mansehej Singh is a 14 year old from New Delhi, India. He is interested in the latest tech., etc. and has knowledge about android hacking, application development, etc. He also likes photography, writing poems, stories, etc.

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