Press and media mentions from the year 2014

VC Circle – How startups are translating customers’ linguistic diversity into big business

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Firstpost – Reverie, part of Indian Languages Internet Alliance (ILIA)

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Trak – Indian Language Internet Alliance” with an aim to target 500 million+ Internet users

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Times of India – Google inks alliance to promote Indian languages on web

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Economic Times – Era of the real Indian mobile Internet written and consumed in local language is just beginning

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GadgetsNow – Spice Android One Dream with Reverie Smartpad for Indian language input support

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YourStory – Reverie, a Tech30 Alumni

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Life Beyond Numbers – Reverie: Breaking The Language Barrier Across Digital Platforms

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YourStory – Mobiles for Social Good: Photos from the mBillionth South Asia Awards

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YourStory – UNICEF: How mobile startups are improving water and sanitation awareness

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DEF India – A Tool for Social & Behavior Change

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Microsoft – Reverie wins Government-enablement category with its language translation solutions

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Economic Times – Startups like Reverie Language Tech help mobile users cross language barrier

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Times of India – Micromax Canvas Engage available online at Rs 6,199

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Animation Express – Hungama will be a part of the Qualcomm Design and Wireless Design Summit in Shenzhen

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Qualcomm Brings Together China Ecosystem Players at the Qualcomm Reference Design and Wireless Innovation Summit in Shenzhen

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Crazy Engineers – Interview with Arvind Pani – Co-founder and CEO, Reverie Language Technologies

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The New Yorker – An app for India’s Babel problem

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Reverie’s transliteration API used at hackathon for making apps in local languages

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