On the poet's 155-birth anniversary celebrated on May 9, the Society for Natural Language Technology Research (SNLTR), set up under the West Bengal government's Information Technology Department in 2007, has inaugurated the services on an App for Android users.
The App will connect users to the corresponding website http://www.nltr.org/ on which the SNLTR has digitised the entire literary works of Tagore who single-handedly brought about a renaissance in Bengali literature and music.

"This will help more and more people to read Tagore. To be precise, we expect this App to help the young generation to know more about Kabiguru and his works," a senior official of SNLTR said.
The task to develop the App took almost three years to be completed by a team of experts including an IIT professor, one from the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), he said.
The website, inaugurated in February, 2010, contains all the original writings of Tagore including his poems, stories, novels, dramas, essays and his songs along with their notations.
Besides, it has information related to Tagore, his works such as his biography, information regarding his literary works, letters as well as criticisms.
The site also contains an alphabetical list of all Tagore's works, including poems, stories, novels, dramas, essays and songs, besides all notations of 'Swaralipi' through a link in the text of the song.