WhatsApp is the current and trendiest way of mobile communication. People all over the world are using this mobile app that has made on-the-go contact among users very convenient. Millions of people remain online all the time on WhatsApp. It does not matter which language you speak, you can always type / write messages in WhatsApps in your own language. Many of my readers have been asking me how to compose messages in Hindi language on WhatsApp. They feel surprised when they receive jokes and other WhatsApp messages written in Hindi Devanagari right on their mobile phone. And they wonder how to write in Hindi on WhatsApp. Let’s end this surprise and see how it is accomplished.
Good news is that you don’t need to do anything special to write or type in Hindi on WhatsApp. As long as you can activate Hindi Devanagari on your mobile device, you will be able to type in Hindi everywhere, be it SMS or email or search or… WhatsApp!.
Now the question is how to activate input method of Hindi typing in your mobile phone. For this I have written a separate article with detailed step-by-step instructions. Please read this article and do the activation. Go to the following link:
Once you’re done, just open WhatsApp and begin to write / type with Hindi letters. You would type Hindi with English letters but as soon as you’ll press space —the previous word will get converted into Hindi. So, in order to write भारत you would need to type bharat.
WhatsApp has recently launched a method of using WhatsApp on computer. If you are using WhatsApp on your computer, you can learn how to type in Hindi on computer also. TechWelkin also has a very easy to use online Hindi typing tool. You can use this tool to type in Hindi and then copy paste the text in WhatsApp.
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I consider it very important that more and more non-English language content is used and produced online. Internet and online communication are the modern way of how we express ourselves. We should not depend only on English to be able to express ourselves in in the virtual world.
Therefore, I would encourage TechWelkin readers to use their native languages not only WhatsApp but also all other online facilities in as well. Let’s bring the beautiful diversity of languages to rule the world of wires (and wireless!).
Please let me know if you have any questions in this regards.