Mersad Persian2World Project Releases First Applications
Mersad 7, creator of the Mersad Persian & Arabic Pack, began the Persian2World project last week in an attempt to provide Windows Mobile users who speak Persian as their first language with applications in their own native language. With the help of other members of the site, the first applications in this project has now been released.
At the time of writing, the applications available in Persian through Persian2World are Talkonaut (a VoIP application), Resco Contact Manager (an easy-to-use SMS, calls and contacts application) and GekoTask (a to-do list creator).To use the applications, you simply need a Persian language pack (such as Mersad 7’s own, in the link above) and to download the relevant .cab file for your application.
You can find the .cabs and more information about the project in the Persian2World thread.
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