hike to support 8 Indian languages

|December 22, 2015 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: Messaging app, hike will be available in eight vernacular languages viz. Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu, on 23rd  December 2015 onwards.

This launch will be available immediately on Android phones. When you download hike messenger or update it, you will see a dialogue that will allow you to choose your language.

To use keyboards, select the “3-dot menu”, tap “settings” and open “language and input”. Enable hike keyboard and select as many languages as you desire.

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The multi-lingual keyboard offers glide functionality at the bottom of the chat panel that lets you swap between the languages with ease, thus upping the fun in chatting.

The predictive text technology gives a wide array of relevant words in your native language as you type.

Hike’s stickers are also available in all these languages.

Kavin Bharti Mittal, CEO & Founder, hike messenger said, “For the first time ever millions of Indians will be able to seamlessly chat in their local languages only on hike. Every single hiker will now be able to choose a local language and also with it, see a special keyboard that they can use built specifically for that language.”