Wednesday, October 19, 2016

A Startup started First Indian language Email service

Jaipur Based Start up Enterprise email provider DATA XGen Technologieshas launched world’s first free linguistic email address under the name ‘DATAMAIL’ which allows to create email ids in 8 Indian launguages, English; and 3 foreign languages – Arabic,  Russian and Chinese.  Email IDs in regional languages can be created on @datamail.bharat by individuals in India and abroad.User need to  download the DATAMAIL app from play store, android or IOS devices and open the email ID.This effort will help to provide digital empowerment to native langauge speakers,

 Made in India, DATAMAIL is World’s first lingusistic email service supporting IDN (Internationalised Domain Name) in Hindi (हिन्दी), Gujarati (ગુજરાતી), Urdu (اردو), Punjabi (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਦੇ) , Tamil (தமிழ்), Telgu (తెలుగు), Bangali (বাংলা), Marathi (मराठी), Latin English. DATAMAIL is also launcing international languages for the counrties using Arabic (العَرَبِيَّة‎‎), Russian (русский)and Chinese (汉语/漢語) as their base language.

 In order to contribute towards the Digital India Mission and Make in India mission, we at Data XGen Technologies, launched the first free ‘indic’ email service under the name ‘DATAMAIL’. The linguitic email service will allow people from across India to communicate in 8 regional and one English languages to provide ease of connect and bridging the digital divide among Indian citizens.”

According to the IAMAI’s report titled ‘Proliferation of Indian Languages on Internet’, the local language content penetration on the Internet is increasing over the time slowly. The Urban penetration reached up to 43per cent whereas the rural penetration stood at 57 per cent showing the higher acceptance of local language content in the Rural Internet users. It is estimated that enabling local language content on the Internet will lead to a growth of 39 per cent in the current Internet user base. Out of this, 16 per cent growth will come from urban usage and 75 per cent growth from the rural users.