Posts Tagged ‘Yamli’


Screenshot Google announced 2 days ago the launch of it's Arabic and other 35 language search tool, which allows users to type queries in Arabic on any keyboard by providing a virtual Arabic keyboard. Google decided to introduce this feature: “Many users are more comfortable formulating questions for search in their own language. Though English transli...
Screenshot Launched at GITEX 2007, Onkosh.com was one of the few Arabic search engines that poped out from the region. The project is part of Orascom Telecom subsidiary. A telecom, mobile, ISP, web hosting and online media and emarketing giant in the Arab world. Where they have a number of online properties including LinkOnLine which operates MSN Arabia...
Screenshot Yamli the Boston based startup launched about 2 years ago with a transliteration tool, has extended its offerings recently with its new Dynamic Translator Project, which allows users to translate from Arabic, English, french, German, Spanish and visa versa. The app which works in realtime is run via Google translate API. According to Habib H...
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 Arab Techies a gathering umbrella for Arab techies which I am one of its members, has just announced the release of the first outcomes of a four days Arabization Codesprint, which was attended by 15 participants from 8 countries in the Arab World and was held in Swiss Club in Cairo,  Egypt between 20  and 23 May 2009. (Read ArabCrunch coverage of...
Screenshot Habib Haddad the cofounder of Yamli, the Arabic transliteration utility and search engine,  delivered an interesting lecture titled" Idea to Reality" on May 18th at Princess Sumaya University in Amman, Jordan, as part of The Entrepreneurs Week which was organized by Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) from the 16th  tell the 21st of ma...
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 The Entrepreneurs Week, is one of the most interesting events Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) is organizing this year. And ArabCrunch is proud to be a media partner for this event. The event will last for a week starting at the 16th  of this month and ending at the 21 st of this month, where every day will have one speaker at...
Screenshot In another incremental development, Yamli has recenlty launched News Search . The news search is powered by google and works the same way to their recently launched search. Where Yamli automatically expands Arabic keyword searches to include all of their transliterated variations and returns news results for both Arabic and transliterated co...
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