[AI] Epic: first web browser for India launched
Adhimoolam Vetrivel Murugan
vadhimoolam at gmail.com
Fri Jul 16 14:45:44 EDT 2010
Since I don't want to be the first person to test this out, I would
like to know it's accesibility with screen readers if someone has
already used it.
On 15/07/2010, RENUKA WARRIER <erenuka at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Hindu : Sci-Tech / Internet : Epic: first web browser for India
> BANGALORE, July 15, 2010
> Hidden Reflex, a Bangalore based software startup, has launched a browser
> targeted at Indian audiences: Epic.
> The browser has been created by a team of Indian engineers on the
> open-source Mozilla platform, it said in a statement.
> Any internet user can now download the browser for free by logging onto the
> website www.epicbrowser.com "Epic provides a uniquely Indian browsing
> Epic's India sidebar supports Indian content by providing users access to
> the latest national and regional news from popular publications, live
> channels, videos, stock quotes, live cricket scores, top music albums, and
> local events", it said.
> Users can choose from 1500+ customized Indian themes and wallpapers ranging
> from freedom fighters to famous Bollywood and regional film stars. Writing
> Indian languages is supported throughout Epic. Users can instantly write in
> Indian languages on any webpage or in Write, Epic's free built-in word
> Twelve Indian languages are currently supported, the statement said.
> Free antivirus scanning and healing is built into Epic, while another
> security measure warns users when they're about to visit potentially
> dangerous websites.
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