Now Non-English Speaking Web Surfers Can Read News In Their Own Language Through Amazing Internet Shortcuts

Bathinda, India (PressExposure) March 20, 2009 -- Bathinda, Punjab, India—With new Internet shortcuts developed by eight Indian net-savvy youth, now even those who don't know English language can access all their favorite news stories in their own language.

The new technology - available at Atoall.com - makes it possible to access world languages news at one's finger tips, by simply typing in shortcut keys such as 99iijj accompanied by the command "ctrl+enter".

Users can also type the shortcut keys as an actual "www" address, such as 99iijj.com. The shortcut combinations are easy to find on the keyboard because they are keyed diagonally on the keyboard. That's why Atoall.com founders call the technology "Angle Theory of Atoall.com."

The invention is meant to simplify the Web surfing experience for everyone. The shortcuts can also benefit illiterates. Access to Web sites for non-English speaking users has been limited due to the fact that one must know English to access many foreign Web sites.

Many of the most popular Web sites such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and Orkut are initially found by typing in English Web addresses only (domain names could be generated in English only, it’s Cyber Law). One must know English language to be able to access these sites, even when there are foreign translations of the site available, once the Web site has been accessed. This is where shortcuts make life easier. Users can access their favorite news sites immediately by typing in a shortcut, and view the site in their own language in just seconds.

The Managing Director of Atoall.com, Mr. Sanjeev Singla, states, "“Atoall.com can earn 36 billion USD annually from this invention because now even illiterates, Non-English and English persons can use the Internet by applying Atoall.com's Angle Theory. Users are not required to download or install any new software product. "

Users should keep in mind that only 440 good shortcuts could be generated from the keyboard. This limits the number of sites that can be accessed, but still opens a variety of sites to those who once could not access those sites at all due to language barriers.

About Atoall.com

Atoall.com is managed by a team of eight Internet savvy young men from India. They have found a solution to the Internet language barrier, and feel their new system is capable of increasing the overall percentage of Internet users by another 30 percent.

Users can learn more about the company, access news shortcuts and hundreds of other sites at the Web address below:

http://atoall.com

For an interview or more information, please contact Sanjeev Singla by phone at 919356208938 or by email: mail@atoall.com

About www.atoall.com

Atoall.com is managed by a team of eight Internet savvy young men from India. They have found a solution to the Internet language barrier, and feel their new system is capable of increasing the overall percentage of Internet users by another 30 percent.


Users can learn more about the company, access news shortcuts and hundreds of other sites at the Web address below:


http://atoall.com


For an interview or more information, please contact Sanjeev Singla by phone at 919356208938 or by email: mail@atoall.com

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Press Release Submitted On: March 18, 2009 at 2:31 am
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