Gmail Supports Cherokee Language Usage

Here.

This an interesting sidenote, from the website:

Interestingly, Apple‘s iPhone and iPad have supported Cherokee since December 2010. At the time, Cherokee Chief Chad Smith persuaded Apple to include support for the language. Similarly, Gmail’s latest update came about after Vance Blackfox, a member of the Cherokee Nation, carpooled with a Google engineer from an event, according to its official blog.

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One Response to Gmail Supports Cherokee Language Usage

  1. Jeff Smith says:

    Am excited about this,..interested in learning Cherokee !!

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