Besides Wi-Fi networks, Pichai shared that in the first quarter of 2016, Google will release a feature called 'Tap to Translate' that allows the instant translation of any text on the Android phones.
"With Tap to Translate you can copy text anywhere on your Android phone and instantly get the translation, right then and there, without ever leaving the app," Google's Vice President for Next Billion initiative Caesar Sengupta said.
Under the roadmap for India, Google has already launched virtual keyboard that enables people to type in 11 Indian languages.
To encourage development of technological solution linked to local needs, Google announced a programme to train two million new Android developers over the next three years by working closely with more than 30 universities across country in partnership with National Skill Development Corporation.