To our knowledge, we were the first to provide support for Unicode Telugu text on any computing environment! With tens of millions of speakers, it’s amazing that this distinct script didn’t have more support available before now.
Visually, the Telugu script is similar to Kannada with some unique characteristics of its own. And just like Kannada, our Telugu font provides all the necessary information to display Unicode Telugu text properly. The Telugu Language Kit is also one of our first products to provide many advanced typographic controls to accommodate a wide variety of orthographic options. This is particularly useful with Telugu since the line between modern and older orthographies is less defined than some of the other Indic scripts.
Although other Telugu fonts are currently available, none of them provide intelligent Unicode support and many of them are cumbersome to use because of the large number of idiosyncratic script issues. But with our Telugu Language Kit and an appropriate application, you can easily and quickly create just about any Unicode-based document.
We also provide a standard ISCII keyboard driver for native typists as well as our own pseudo-phonetic driver designed with English speakers in mind.
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