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Classifieds portal Click.in now available in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam

24-October-2007
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Classifieds portal Click.in now available in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam

Click.in, the online classifieds portal from Bangalore-based Greynium Information Technologies Pvt. Ltd, is now available in five Indian languages – Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam – besides English. Click.in follows the launch of other portals from Greynium – OneBookmarks.in and Oneindia.mobi – with language options.

With the addition of navigation in Indian languages, Click.in aims to create a common platform for connecting every seller and buyer across India. Users can post and view classifieds in more than one language for free, which reaches over 200 cities across the country.

From real estate, used vehicles to jobs in India and abroad, from computers, mobile phones to clothing and accessories, from electronic gadgets, private tutors to maid servants or sports partners, the portal contains something for everyone.

Since its launch in 2006, Click.in has been continuously adding new features to enhance the usability of the portal. Today, Click.in offers users up to 75 categories and over 30,000 active classifieds to choose from. Classifieds posting are supported in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam languages.

“In an effort to reach out to the niche market segments, Click.in has been released in 200 cities and towns in India. The introduction of language options will greatly enhance the website’s aim in connecting consumers and buyers from all metros, non-metros and smaller towns in India,” said B G Mahesh, CEO, Greynium Information Technologies.

Users can also access city-wise classifieds on their GPRS-enabled mobile phones by simply pointing their browsers to Oneindia.mobi.

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