Write Hindi in Facebook without using app

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To write Hindi in Facebook, Twitter we need the help of apps. The same can be easily done with minimum effort by using online translation tools.

Here are 2 such tools for writing Hindi in Facebook (or any other social media site). Here are they,

Method 1: Use Microsoft’s online Indic Language Input tool

This is an online tool by Microsoft that allows conversion of English text to Hindi. You write Hindi sentences in English(like Hi kaisa hai tu?), the tool would keep on converting those in Hindi as you type. Here is how to use it,

  1. First goto Microsoft Indic Language Input tool.
  2. Next see the box at bottom. Start typing your text here. With each space, previous word would convert into Hindi. The tool works great and there shouldn’t be any problem in conversion.

    write hindi in facebook

  3. Next copy the Hindi text and paste to Facebook, Twitter or anywhere you want.

Method 2: Use Google Translation tool to write Hindi

This works same as the Microsoft’s language tool but is considered as more accurate than the former and is available for more Indian languages.

Like the previous method, here you’ll see a box where you have to enter text for conversion. First make sure, Hindi is selected text on top left side.

write hindi with google translation

Once done, copy and paste the Hindi text and post anywhere you want.

But if you don’t want the copy and paste stuff. You can download Microsoft’s Indic language software to your system, install it and write Hindi/Bengali/Kannada/Tamil etc fonts in documents.

To write Hindi in iPhone there is a cool app available. Using the app, one can write Hindi and post anywhere.

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