Yamli Transliteration Application Launched For iPhone And iPad

Monday, October 4th, 2010

Yamli, the startup that specializes in smart transliteration technologies for the Arabic Web, just unveiled its new official iOS application for the iPhone and the iPad, bringing their technology to their users while on the move on their mobile phones and tablets. The app is priced at $2.99, works mostly offline, and is pretty straight-forward in how [...]

Microsoft Maren: A New Windows Arabic Transliteration Tool

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

Microsoft has gone on and launched a new application called ‘Maren‘, making its entrance into the Arabic transliteration space. Microsoft Maren was developed to be a Windows extension that allows you to type Arabic in Roman characters (Romanized Arabic, Arabizi, Arabish or Franco-Arabic) and have it converted on the fly to Arabic script. Maren integrates [...]

Yamli Releases Beta Of Their Official Firefox Toolbar

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

Yamli, the startup that specializes in smart transliteration technologies for the Arabic Web, just unveiled its new official Firefox browser toolbar. A Yamli toolbar or extension has been a user request for quite a while now, and Yamli has answered with this toolbar that extends the possibility to use Yamli’s Arabic transliteration technology to any site or [...]

Yamli Launches New Smart Arabic Search Engine Features

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Yamli, the startup based in Cambridge, MA, that is funded by ex-Googlers, and that specializes in smart transliteration technologies for the Arabic Web, just unveiled its new search engine that allows users to easily search Arabic content in all its forms. Various studies show that transliterated Arabic content is ubiquitous due to a large portion of Arabic [...]

eSpace Integrating Yamli Transliteration Technology In Popular Online Text Editors

Sunday, November 9th, 2008

eSpace, the Egyptian software company behind services like meOwns and weNear, has been a supporter of the advancement of Arabic content on the web, through contributing to Wikimania2008 in Egypt and other various activities, in their attempt to realize the true potential of one of the World’s most spoken languages. The company is currently taking another [...]

Yamli Releases iGoogle Arabic Transliteration Gadget

Friday, October 31st, 2008

Yamli has gone on and released a new iGoogle gadget that allows easy access to its award-winning Arabic transliteration technology directly from users’ customized Google homepages. Yamli’s Smart Arabic Keyboard allows users to type Arabic using Latin characters by converting their words in real time into Arabic text. The gadget integrates the functionality to convert words [...]

Google Launches Arabic Transliteration Tool, Takes On Yamli

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

Google recently launched a new Arabic transliteration tool, that allows users to use their Latin keyboards to type in Arabic text. This move puts them in direct competition with Yamli, a small startup that has proven very popular and generated great feedback; simulating a modern day tech reenactment of David vs. Goliath. This isn’t the first [...]

Interview With Habib Haddad, Co-Founder Of Language Analytics LLC. / Yamli

Monday, July 21st, 2008

Continuing our series of interviews with Arab entrepreneurs, we bring you our interview with Habib Haddad, co-founder of Language Analytics LLC., the company that brought us Yamli, the cool web-based transliteration tool that solves the problem of many Arab users who don’t have an Arabic keyboard or who aren’t as comfortable typing in Arabic.

Yamli Wins “Best Web Technology Award”

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

Press Release: Online tool that enables the transliteration of Arabic using English characters wins prestigious web award Yamli.com wins “best Web technology award” within year of launch CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – May 14th, 2008 — Language Analytics, LLC, a software startup, has won “Best Web Technology Award” during the 4th Year Pan Arab Web Awards 2008 [...]

Yamli Enable Advertising In Their Language Tool

Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

More news from Yamli, the 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; They have come up with an interesting way to start generating revenue with their tool: they enabled advertising on their Yamli editor menus. The ads are [...]

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