Sinhala, Tamil localization for Android Apps
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SimpleLocalizedAndroidApp v1.0
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WTFPL - Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License xD
Original Coder : @geniustd | Ref[R]
Modified By    : @harshadura
Last Modified  : 03-03-2012
[R] http://tharindudassanayake.wordpress.com/2012/02/25/use-sinhala-fonts-for-your-android-app

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Few Notes
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* You can use this[1] UCSC converter to convert unicode font into ttf related codes which are using in the xml view.

ex: "wessa" > jeiai
"jeiai" is the text you have to put into xml, that will result in "wessa" as output.

[1] http://www.ucsc.cmb.ac.lk/ltrl/services/feconverter/?maps=s_dlm-u.xml

* You can use any Sinhala unicode supported font instead of using "amal.ttf" font. (in case if you dont like that font style)
* No need of Tamil fonts cause Tamil unicode is already consist with Android. (South indians developers might rocking huh!)

Cheers! happy localizings!

Regards, 
@harshadura