It’s good to see that you can send SMS in your native language. Apart from English, you can send SMS in Dutch, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Bengali, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin, Mexican English and a long list of languages are supported. Spanish is spoken by 15 % of the overall people in United States and Mandarian is the top spoken language in the world surpassing English. Those facts clearly means that people are not just based on the world’s common language but have diversified languages. The Android platform has been developed keeping this in mind and this should make consumers happy.
Multiple language supports in messages were included from the Android 2.2 Froyo update along with many major exciting features for users. Users can add multiple languages for the Android keyboard and then switch from multiple languages through settings. When you set a language it will change the keys and then auto suggest dictionary.
Changing Message Input Language in Android
In Android phone you can type a message in your preferred language. Here is how you can select the languages to type your message –
- Just go to Messages and then tap on ‘Create a New Message‘.
- Come to the message body and then tap on Settings tab.
- You will be then presented with keypad settings wherein you need to tap on to ‘Input Language‘.
- Here you will be provided with a list of language supported and untick or tick the languages that you desire to choose while composing SMS.
- When you are done click on OK.
- Come back to the compose section of the message and enjoy SMS in your preferred language.
Don’t try this on Android 2.1 Eclair platform as it will not work on those phones.