Though Hindi is a language spoken by millions, especially in India, writing computer texts in this language is still sometimes pretty difficult, especially because of its many dialects and of its specific script, the Devanagari. The fact that Windows does not support text written in fonts other than Unicode doesn’t make this matter easier at all.
Hindi Unicode Tool comes to help with this situation. It lets you quickly and easily convert writings to Devanagari scripts. In fact, it supports multiple scripts, including Hindi, Sanskrit, Marathi, Maithili, Nepali, Konkani, etc. Fonts like Shusha, Kruti, Mangal, and simple Unicode are also supported.
Anyway, this handy tool is not only a text converter. It also comes with a standalone Unicode editor which supports Shusha and Kruti style typing. Therefore, whoever finds it too difficult to adapt their typing can type directly using the Shusha and Kruti style using this application. Last but not least, a handy onscreen keyboard is also provided.
To sum it all up, Hindi Unicode Tool is a great tool for those in need of dealing with Hindi texts.