We are so glad to announce you that today we launched the first ever phonetic Sinhala Keyboard & IME for mobile phones, Bhasha Helakuru (භාෂා හෙළකුරු) at BMICH - Colombo in the presence of Minister of Science & Technology Prof. Tissa Vitarana & Minister of Telecommunication & IT, Ranjith Siyambalapitiya.
Dhanika Perera, Founder & CEO of Bhasha introducing Bhasha Helakuru to Minister of Science & Technology, Prof. Tissa Vitarana & Minister of Telecommunication & IT, Ranjith Siyambalapitiya.
We are pleased to announce that today we launched SETT 2.0 Sinhala/Tamil web browser in partnership with Etisalat, the telecom industry leader in Sri Lanka. As a young company we are really proud of this new partnership as this is our first ever partnership with a local industry leader.
It is with great pride and pleasure that we announce that Bhasha is now incorporated as a Private Limited Company having complied with requirements under the Companies Act, No.7 of 2007 of Sri Lanka. Today onward we are officially named as Bhasha Lanka (Private) Limited with the registration no: PV-82025.
This is to announce the launch of our first International Product, Bhasha SETT Hindi web browser. It is the Hindi version of our award winning product, SETT Browser with the added script & rendering support for Hindi language (Devanagari script).
Bhasha SETT Browser is the only Sinhala/Tamil enabled mobile web browser for Android.
Even though Android doesn't support Sinhala or Tamil Unicode or rendering by default, Android users can conveniently read any Sinhala/Tamil website or web content using SETT Browser with full Unicode rendering support. No need to root the device or install fonts manually at all.
We are so glad to announce that today we launch our company Bhasha as Sri Lanka's First Language Services & Solutions Provider Company.
Bhasha is an IT+Localization company under the vision of "Empowering the Masses". Even though the language has become a huge barrier for masses to uplift their lives, we thoroughly believe that it should not be by any means. That's why we are working towards breaking that barrier & empower the masses with their own local languages.