[May 2015] SkyMetWeather – India’s first comprehensive weather channel goes multilingual with Reverie
[April 2015] FreeHit – Mocept’s popular fee cricket quiz launched to great reviews.
[April 2015] Over 10 million words typed on Swalekh, Reverie’s multilingual keypad that was launched on January 26, 2015
[April 2015] Monthly active user-base of over 2.5 million on Reverie’s Phone Book app
[Feb 2015] Over 300 million devices running Reverie’s language solutions (fonts, fonts display, local language keypad, local language address book, content search and discovery) worldwide
[Jan 2015] Over 600,000 users activated local languages in January 2015 alone on a popular entertainment app that runs on Reverie’s Language Platform
[Dec 2014] Over 200 million citizens across India – the world’s largest democracy – derive the benefit of local language governance initiatives powered by Reverie Language Platform’s solutions for governments
[Oct 2014] Micromax’s Unite2 – a smartphone that has 21 Indian languages powered by Reverie sold over 1 million units within 3 months of its launch
Research shows that over 50% of connected Indians would love to explore more on the Internet if they see content in their language. Given that the Internet governs our daily lives, it’s time your business went multilingual!
BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
In earlier days, providing financial services was more a matter of trust. With the advent of “anytime, anywhere” multilingual transactional capabilities, it has become more convenient to go digital.
MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT
Did you know that India spends over $20 billion each year on local-language entertainment across media? Local-language digital ads prove to be five times more effective than English-language ads in multilingual societies. Yet, digital representation of local languages India is negligible.
OEMS AND DEVICES
Devices are personal – and these include smartphones, gaming consoles, television sets, set-top boxes, and so on. Personalise the device experience further by enabling users to search content and interact in their own languages.
Implementing local-language governance initiatives in multilingual and multicultural societies touches the lives of millions of citizens. As a country known for its diversity, the Indian government aims to reach the grass roots and engage citizens in their own language.