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2810, 2016

Making Mobile Apps For Digital India

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A decade back, no one would have ever imagined that KFC, predominantly a fried chicken food chain would ever include a vegetarian item in their menu. And not just include one, but advertise the same [...]

2810, 2016

Express Your Business in Own Language, says Anant Computing

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Express Your Business in Own Language, says Anant Computing Reduces the time and cost of app development, cuts marketing budgets The world of mobile applications in India caters almost exclusively to an English-centric developer and [...]

2810, 2016

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Published on 16th December 2014 on - Your Story With more than 80% of the China’s 885 million mobile phone subscribers using smartphones, the market is maturing and growth is slowing. Manufacturers and telcos are now [...]

2810, 2016

Why thinking digital is equal to thinking vernacular

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Published on 22 December 2014, Your Story We have all been slow to realise the importance of digital local language content. 2015 will mark 20 years since the Internet came to India. In these 20 [...]

2810, 2016

Expanding mobile payment services – the role of vernacular language applications

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Published on 13 JANUARY 2015 - Your Story With 90% of India’s 250 million Internet subscribers accessing Internet through mobile (source: TRAI Data, June 2014), it is inevitable that the mobile payments landscape in the [...]

801, 2014

Breaking the Language Barrier

By | January 8th, 2014|Categories: Press|0 Comments

M Rajendran Hindustan Times, New Delhi Wednesday, January 08 2014.   Ideating India: Two software engineers dreamed of taking multimedia applications to vernacular languages. All that stood between them and success: disbelieving companies. After months [...]