Google and Snapdeal to lure Indian Internet users with content in local languages

Google and Indian e-commerce group Snapdeal are working on making the Internet in India accessible in local languages, ‘via ‘light’ products that cater for slow and expensive data connections’. Google has already developed a virtual Hindi keyboard, and is now working on improving access in ten other languages. The ultimate aim is to connect hundreds of millions of Indians to the Internet by providing them with relevant local content in languages they can understand.