Posts Tagged ‘Transliteration’


Screenshot Transliteration is typing for example Arabic or Greek using the English keyboard , the user types in English "as you hear it" and the transliteration tool will convert the words into its native script. Since Google launched Ta3reeb its online Transliteration for Arabic, which changes Latin letter into Arabic, it has been working in improving i...
Screenshot Microsoft today launched Maren a native windows transliteration that works in all most all windows application without a need for an internet connection. As we have mentioned in past blog posts, Arabizi which is writing Arabic in Latin characters is popular especially among the young generation in the Arab world, let alone Arabs who reside in th...
Screenshot Updated. Google's new product” Translator Toolkit” is an awesome product for anyone involved in translating from English to any of the 43 languages it currently supports, including Arabic. Because it is a smart and a faster translation SaaS based suite that is free for anyone to use, and I've never seen something like it elsewhere. Unlike...
Screenshot  Yamli which started as an Arabic transliteration service that changes Latin characters into Arabic text, and later went into opening its API to any developer and then launched an innovative search engine, it has just launched a FireFox toolbar in beta ( All ArabCrunch past coverage related to Yamli can be found here .) The Firefox toolbar i...
Screenshot Last week, search engine Onkosh distributed prizes to the winners of the Soduko competition held during Ramadan on www.onkosh.com. Sudoko Winners: Soduko relies on logical mathematical analysis and has recently gained popularity amongst young and old. Ten thousand three hundred and fifty-one players (10,351) from 90 countries, 20 of which were ...
Screenshot Yamli's the Arabic transliteration technology now available on iGoogle custom homepage.Yamli's  gadget now allows users to type in English and get Arabic letters right  from their Google homepage, to search the web, news, images, videos, wiki, or to use the notepad to copy and paste somewhere else. This is a smart move by Yamli to enable i...
Screenshot UPDATE: Google removed the ads on .jo .ae .com.sa UPDATE 2 and 3: see end of the post. UPDATE 4: response from Google. It came to my attention today that when you search for Yamli on google.jo .ae or com.sa you get ads for google’s own Arabic transliteration editor called Ta3reeb (Arabization) that competes with Yamli. To my understan...
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