Language Analytics Release Yamli API

| Apr 28, 2008 | comment 6 Comments

Language Analytics, the company behind Yamli, the really cool web-based tool that solves the problem of Arab users who don’t have an Arabic keyboard or who aren’t as comfortable typing in Arabic, by enabling them to type Arabic words out phonetically using English characters, and then converts these transliterations into Arabic characters, have recently released an API for the service.

Language Analytics previously released a Yamli facebook application that lets users plug in Yamli features into facebook textboxes for message writing. And now to further open up their service comes the API, which should be pretty easy to setup and integrate with any other service.

This is a great move from them, giving developers the possibility to tap into their technology and use it in their own platforms; Something I wish more and more Arab startups would start doing.

I also hear the Yamli team are working on a WordPress plugin to bring its functionalities to WordPress blogs; which is really cool, and something I was going to ask for when I launch the Arabic version of this blog.

The API is in beta now; If you’re interested in testing it out to integrate their functionalities into your own service, you can apply for an invite to the beta; and check out the API documentation.

  • http://blog.sweetestmemories.com Qwaider

    Yamli Totally rocks! This is one of the most amazing ideas ever. I’m very happy that they opened it up for sites and now we can all, finally, type in Arabic
    I’m ashamed that for the longest period I didn’t even know how to write using an Arabic keyboard. I wish Yamli was there 10 years ago.

  • http://blog.sweetestmemories.com Qwaider

    Yamli Totally rocks! This is one of the most amazing ideas ever. I’m very happy that they opened it up for sites and now we can all, finally, type in Arabic
    I’m ashamed that for the longest period I didn’t even know how to write using an Arabic keyboard. I wish Yamli was there 10 years ago.

  • http://nekrif.com Sabeur

    Yah – its a good idea – i wish i though of it.

    Anyone else gona to add the Arabic wordpress plugin to there blog?

  • http://nekrif.com Sabeur

    Yah – its a good idea – i wish i though of it.

    Anyone else gona to add the Arabic wordpress plugin to there blog?

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