Hike Messenger includes Support of Hindi, Gujarati, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Bengali.
Under the ‘Make in India’ and Digital India, Hike Messenger an India made Hike Messenger now comes with the support of 8 Indian languages.
Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu are the most spoken languages in India and Hike Messenger now allows you to make it personalized in your own language. Definitely its a good move by the company to make Hike go locally because its made for Indians.
Along with the new messenger, company also has added multi-lingual interface, keyboard, predictive tests and stickers in all languages like the popular local dialogues – ‘Kem Cho’, ‘Yenna Rey’, ‘Aati Kya Khandala‘ and every other.
CEO of Hike Kavin Bharti Mittal during the launch of revamped Hike Messenger said –
“Today, we’re excited to launch hike in 8 local languages. For the first time ever millions of Indians will be able to seamlessly chat in their local languages only on hike. Every single hiker will now be able to choose a local language and also with it, see a special keyboard that they can use built specifically for that language.
One cannot build for India without understanding the enormous diversity in the country. This is another big step towards catering to that diversity to bring India online.”