Google Input Tool Malayalam Offline Installer
Do you want to type in Malayalam language? Are you having trouble typing in Malayalam language? Don’t worry, we have the solutions for you. Try Google Input Tool Malayalam Offline Installer on this Typing Keyboards Website.
Google Input tool Malayalam offline is a free software extension that lets you to type text in Malayalam language with the virtual keyboard. It works on all devices that can access Google Search, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Translate, and YouTube. It works on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 (32 Bit and 64 Bit).
Google Input Malayalam for Windows is an input form editor that allows users to type letters using the English QWERTY keyboard. Users can type a word using Latin characters, and Google Input Software will convert the word to its native Malayalam script. Google Malayalam input tools include transliteration, IME, and on-screen keyboards.
How to download and install Google Input tool Malayalam Offline
● Download the GoogleInputtoolMalayalam.zip (File Size: 6.6 MB)
● Extract the GoogleInputtoolMalayalam.zip file
● Install offline installer file GoogleInputtoolMalayalam.exe
● You will find the tool on the notification bar of your windows
● Now it is ready to type in Malayalam
How to Enable Google Input Tool Malayalam?
Once you have a complete installation of the Google Malayalam Input Tool, you will find the on-screen keyboard layout along with language selection option on taskbar. With this on-screen typing keyboard, you will be able to type Malayalam characters fast and easy. The Malayalam input tools function offline and have their dictionary database, macro automation, plus a quick search for words, and it's meaning. Click to select the language input. Now start typing in Malayalam Unicode which will instantly transform your text into Malayalam Unicode texts.
Google Input Tools for Windows 10/8/7 are currently available in 22 languages: Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Persian, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Serbian, Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu, Tigrinya and Urdu.