How to Download and Use Ileap Software for Malayalam Typing
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Swathanthra Malayalam Computing (SMC) is a free software community and non profit charitable society working on Malayalam and other Indic languages. It is the biggest language computing developer community in India. They have created several Malayalam fonts.
Free software gives users the freedom to study how the program works by accessing the source code, writing additional code, testing, modifying and distributing it. These things are prohibited for proprietary software.
With the rising popularity of Google Transliterate, Google released the Google Input Method Editor (IME) for offline use. It supports the same set of languages as Transliterate and allows users to type in the language of choice directly from the keyboard instead of copying and pasting it from the transliteration text editor. The IME for every input language can be downloaded for free.
Microsoft has developed a set of transliteration tools compatible with Windows for typing in the Indic languages. Users may download and install for free either Indic Input 1 or Indic Input 2, both of which are available in Nepali, Marathi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu. Microsoft also has support for these 12 Indian languages in Windows, Office, and Windows Live. The portal Bhasha India by Microsoft provides several resources for Indic language computing and translation.
InScript, a portmanteau of the words Indian Script, is a keyboard layout developed by the government of India for use with standard ASCII keyboards. The layout developed in collaboration with several organisations supports the standard Roman script and 12 Indian scripts: Devnagari, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Malayalam, Oriya, and Punjabi. The layout can be downloaded for free. It is compatible with various versions of Windows, Linux, and Mac desktop operating systems. The TDIL (Technology Development for Indian Languages) website houses many resources for using computers in Indian languages such as the localised versions of Bharteeya Open Office and Unicode typing tools.