Gmail Now Supports Cherokee Language, Its 57th Language

Posted on Nov 20 2012 - 6:53am by Editorial Staff

Gmail announced that now it has added 57th language under its table, now Gmail is available in Cherokee. Gmail in Cherokee and the Cherokee version of Google’s Web Search now includes a virtual keypad for typing the syllabary writing system, which was invented by Sequoyah in the early 1800s, giving Cherokee students an ease on now contacting their tribal elders. Some words in the language (in the bracket) – “inbox” (ᎧᏁᏌᎢᏱ) and “sign in” (ᏕᏣᏙᎥ ᎰᏪᎸᎦ) to “spam” (ᎤᏲᎢ). So, if you speak Cherokee or know if something who does, than Google opened a whole new way of opportunity to learn more, all you have to do is switch to Cherokee in Settings.

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