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Google Map Makes transliteration in 10 Indian regional languages

29 January, 2021 - By Bhanu

Google Introduce new feature in map. Now the feature work in 10 indian language Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi, and Odia.

Now users can search nearly points in own language. Google this feature helps millions of indians they can search or visit nearly resturants, banks in own or region language.

Google says that they have used transliterations from the Latin script (English) name of the place instead of translations. The idea behind this is that people often use names of places in mixed languages to search for a certain place. For example, Lilavati hospital, the first word of the destination is the local language while the other is English.

The characteristic might be accessed by customers by going into the settings of Maps app and selecting the specified language.

“Up to now when Maps couldn’t perceive the context of एनआईटी, it might as a substitute present a associated entity that could be farther away from the consumer. With this growth, we are able to discover the specified consequence from the native language question. Moreover, customers can see the POI names of their native language, even when they don’t initially have that info,” he added.

Google added in its blogpost that there was a rise in protection and high quality enchancment of various locations in a number of languages. Whereas the protection and high quality enchancment was measured at 3.2 and 1.8x within the Hindi language by the corporate, it reached 24x and 1.7x in Kannada.

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