Google Pinyin

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Google Pinyin IME (; Pinyin: Gǔgē Pīnyīn Shūrùfǎ) is an input method developed by Google China Labs. The tool was made publicly available on April 4, 2007.



, Google Pinyin is available for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. There are both 32-bit and 64-bit versions available.


Google released a Pinyin IME system for Android 1.5 or newer in March 2009. It is not clear how much code this IME system shares in common with the closed-source Google Pinyin, although a lot of the core algorithms are written in C++ and called through a JNI bridge, hinting at a common source origin. The Android Pinyin IME supports user dictionary synchronization with the desktop version.


By the end of 2008, more than 20% users of Google Pinyin wanted a Linux version of the input method, which was answered in the FAQ section with a general PR phrase "We always strive to provide a better user experience and we never stop our hard work to fulfill the customer needs".

However, the Linux user community is porting the Android Google Pinyin IME to the non-Android Linux IME framework SCIM in the .

After Christmas 2009, the Google pinyin module for SCIM became also available for the Nokia Maemo 5 platform, which means it can be downloaded to any n900 phone through the official application repositories.

Mac OS X

A closed beta version of Google Pinyin for Mac OS X was leaked on September 14,...
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