Google Transliteration service, which enables you to phonetically convert Roman letters into a variety of other scripts, “added support for five new languages: Amharic, Tigrinya, Hebrew, Oriya and Sinhalese, bringing the total up to 22 languages spoken across Africa, South Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Google also provide offline “Input Method Editor” (IME) tool for you to type a word the way it sounds using Roman characters and the software will convert the word to its native script. As an improvement to IME, 5 more languages (Amharic, Russian, Sanskrit, Serbian and Tigrinya) are added as well as canonical schemes, macros and support for Windows 64-bit. Finally, Script Converter tool converts a given web page or piece of text from one script to another so that you can read it phonetically. Script Converter currently supports 17 languages: Bengali, English, Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Serbian, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu,” writes Google.