Bobble AI has launched Marathi Keyboard dedicated to the Marathi speakers ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi. Bobble’s Marathi Keyboard is the fastest and latest Marathi input tool for Android which allows users to text in Marathi by either typing Marathi or by using Bobble’s Marathi Keyboard as English to Marathi Translator.
Bobble AI’s state of the art, Marathi Keyboard has exceptional and personalized auto-correct that accurately understands the user’s intent every time, no matter what language they chose. There is automated word prediction on local phrases like tumcha svāgat aso, tu kasā āhes, su-prabhāt pūnhā bhetū,lavakar barē vhā! Abhinandana, among many others.
This specially customised keyboard has smoothest swipe typing, commendable speech to text support – users don’t even have to necessarily type. This new-age keyboard understands the unique and authentic Marathi accent and converts it into very versed text messages. The users can create their personalized cartoon avatar through the ‘Cartoon Head and with merely a selfie can access to 1000’s of stickers and GIFs.
On announcing the new keyboard, Ankit Prasad, Founder and CEO Bobble AI said, “We are a country that boasts about its people’s diversity and their closeness to mother tongue influences. In every conversation, 2 or 3rd sentence has an emoji. Bobble AI empowers millions of Indians to communicate in 100+ languages and expressive content. The company is actively creating more stickers, gifs, and memes for regional consumption, as a result, the adoption of regional languages has been taking place in every millisecond. The Marathi keyboard is introduced because there was a need for such medium, after all, there is nothing more authentic and persuasive than what one friend says to another.”
Bobble AI has also added a new feature on the app to send animated stickers over Whatsapp. Bobble AI has also introduced Animated Bigmoji – users can send magnified emojis from the emoji panel by simply long pressing on the emoji. The company has also launched dedicated emojis to welcome Bappa.