When you think about writing messages to family and friends, it becomes hectic to find offline software. After Indic Input and Google Input for Beginners, I recommend the Cafe Hindi Typing Tool. This software of a few kilobytes is for those who are facing problems in Hindi Unicode typing. Thanks to Itbix (Public Software Library India Pvt. Ltd.) for providing this tool for free.
How to type Hindi Unicode?
Typing Hindi Unicode is simple by means of the Cafe Hindi Typing Tool. If you are not familiar with Hindi typing, then you can start typing by selecting ‘Transliteration’. If you want to write ‘हिंदुस्तान’ then you have to type ‘Hindustan’ and it will reflect you ‘हिंदुस्तान’. You can type at your regular speed by remembering the codes of some complex Hindi letters.
Cafe Hindi Typing Tool supports – Kruti Dev and Remington
If you love to type in Krutidev fonts, then you can select the Krutidev typing option and stick with your current writing skills. Apart from this, Inscript and Shusha are also possible with this smallest typing tool of size 206 KB.
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Download Cafe Hindi
This tool is freeware. You can download it from CNET or with an alternate link.
This software requires Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 to run if you don’t have it installed on your PC, download and install it from here.
If you still have some queries, please let us know.
Cafe Hindi Alternatives
Instead of using it. Please use Microsoft ILIT, Indic Input 3, or Indic Input 2.
- Install Microsoft ILIT on Windows 10
- Microsoft Indic Input 3: Type in Indic Languages
- How to use Microsoft Indic Input 2: Best Hindi Typing Tool