In today’s globalized world, using a single language throughout a workday is nearly impossible, especially if you work for a company that does business globally and your clients and suppliers come from different countries. In practice, it means that you often need to switch between several languages to write emails, chat messages and documents of all sorts — and this is where typing mistakes become a serious problem and really waste your time. If you want to have a layout indicator that is always in front of you and not in a corner of the screen, try Aml Maple!
Aml Maple is a uniquely useful tool that places the layout indicator right next to your text cursor and highlights different layouts with different colors. With Aml Maple installed on your PC, you will make fewer typos after selecting a wrong layout and typing a few words without looking at the screen. The program currently supports over 20 popular languages and offers a user interface translated into 10 languages. It takes seconds to download and about as much time to start using — and you’ll be amazed to see how much easier it has become to switch between languages right when you need it! Forget about typing lines of text in a wrong language and wasting time retyping them. Aml Maple is always there to let you know what language is currently used.
If you use a lot of languages in your online communications, Aml Maple is a great tool to have in your collection!
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