Google Indian Language Dictionaries

Google has added English to Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, and Bengali dictionaries and vice versa to its Dictionary section. Go to Google dictionary and click the drop down menu and hover the mouse on English. It shows available languages menu and from there you can select the language.

If you want to check the English word for one of the above languages, hover your mouse on your language and it opens another right-side menu where you can select Your Language>English. Use the Google Indic Transliteration Tool to type the word in your language phonetically and paste it into the Google Dictionary text box and click “Search Dictionary.”

If you are logged in, you can bookmark the searched words for future reference and also you can hear pronunciation of the English words.

Advertisements

Become Indestructible With L’Oreal StudioLine


Become Indestructible with L’Oreal StudioLine.The main feature is the hairstyler, where you can import your face (from your desk, facebook, or your webcam) and try a dozen of haircuts. You can also try the video facemapping to embody some talented street soccer players. ( via. veerublog )

Stunning Looking Magazine Style Blogger Template “Novinture”

LIVE DEMO | DOWNLOAD

Novinture is a Stunningly looking Magazine Style Blogger Template looks very professional and an amazing slideshow.This template was originally designed by Camelgraph and Novinture Blogger Template converted into blogger XML format by Bloggertricks ( via. Veerublog )

SlimPic – Look Slimmer in Your Pictures

SlimPic is a simple web tool that lets you make any person in any photo look slim.Just upload a photo from your computer or upload from Facebook, then specify how much weight you want to shed off in lbs or kgs. SlimPic will actually tweak the image and make the person look slimmer. ( via. Veerublog )

SkullGenerator


SkullGenerator is a fun little tool that takes your photo and generate a skull crossbones image from your photo. You can capture a photo using your webcam or upload one from your computer. Once uploaded, select the area of your head and identify the position of your nose, eyes and mouth ( via. veerublog )