You want to type in Nepali and update your status on Facebook and Twitter or comment on YouTube and other blogs in Nepali text from your computer or Android device, right?
You may also want to type in Nepali when you are offline. Maybe you want to write a letter, poem or a story in Nepali text on Microsoft Word.
If you were born two decades ago, typing in Nepali was a tedious task where you’d have to spend months learning how to type in Nepali on Microsoft Word. Back then, you needed to remember the keys ‘a’ as ब, ‘s’ as क, ‘d’ as म, ‘f’ as न and so on.
But typing in Nepali is dead simple these days. You needn’t take a 3 month class to be able to express yourself in Nepali on social networks or anywhere. Lucky you!
Nepali Unicode converter tools have come to our rescue. Instead of remembering which key gives you the chandra bindu or shirobindu, what you type in Roman Nepali will be changed into Nepali text with these tools.
For an example, if you want to write ‘ नेपालीमा कसरी टाइप गर्ने’ , you just should be able to type ‘nepalimaa kasari taaip garne’. That does it.
And, this method works on all platforms, whether it is Facebook, Twitter, MS Office Word, WordPress, Blogger, YouTube, Android devices…
I don’t want to suggest you to learn typing in Nepali the conventional way, though that is one skill you need to learn if you want to be pretty quick at typing.
Instead here I present you two ways to type in Nepali on your Android phones, laptops and computers: Continue reading