Lipi supports 25 major Indic languages and 11 transliterated languages like Hinglish, Marathinglish, Punglish, Banglish, etc., which will empower local audience to communicate in their preferred dialect.
Lipi can be downloaded from Google Play store for free of cost and will be available to users in India free of cost for a limited period.
KeyPoint Technologies' flagship product, Adaptxt, is used by more than one million users worldwide and supports 100 global languages and 45 domain specific dictionaries. Adaptxt is available for download on Android and iOS devices as well as third and fourth generation Amazon Fire tablets.
"With Lipi we are making technology and innovation accessible to larger sections of the Indian population," said Sumit Goswami, CEO of KeyPoint Technologies.

"Acceptance and use of local languages on a large scale is a key element for Internet adoption in India. Although India is still at a nascent stage, it is one of the largest markets for vernacular content over smart devices," he said.

According to TRAI report, less than 30 percent of the Indian population is estimated to be fluent or comfortable in English. Hence, there is an opportunity to tap a wider user-base in a variety of vernacular languages to aid users' comprehension and increase their comfort factor.