Yesterday it was announced on the Official Gmail Blog that the issue we were fighting for so long, namely E-MAILs in OUR OWN LANGUAGE, is (almost) solved.
What does it mean?
Until now we had to use only non-accented Latin characters for signing up. But what about the people that are using non-Latin alphabets - their email address options are limited. I myself am a Bulgarian, using Cyrillic. What about me? More that 360 million people around the world are using Cyrillic. And what about Japanese, Devanagari or Arabic?
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Katya is leading the project of the #CyrillicDomains .САЙТ and .ОНЛАЙН. She knows their story better than everybody else…”Inspiration” is a word that follows her everywhere. See why… See what is the CAUSE that these new domains are supporting…See how having a Cyrillic domain is advantage for you: (more…)