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Google Script Converter

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Google Script Converter

Google Script Converter was an online transliteration tool for transliteration (script conversion) between Hindi, Romanagari and various other scripts. This tool was started in November 2009. This service was ended in July 2011 because Google shut down Google Labs and all associated projects.

This tool could do transliteration of text as well as complete web pages from one script to other. The transliteration was done in real time and the transliterated page could be seen in browser immediately.

The accuracy of this tool had been found better than other tools of this kind. Being based on the dictionary approach, this service was very useful to convert Romanagari text to unicode Hindi (Devanagari).

See also

External links

  • Google Script Converter
  • Snapshot of Google Script Converter on Wayback Machine

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