Google Read Along App Helps Kids Improve Their Reading Skills


During the ongoing pandemic, most of the countries have imposed lockdowns to prevent spreading the virus anymore. Due to this, schools, and colleges are closed making children stay at their homes. So, Google has launched a free Android app called Read Along to enhance the reading skills of children across 180 countries.

This Read Along app helps kids in reading and speaking a language through visual and audio cues. The app assists in learning a language with storybooks containing dozens of chapters on different themes. It also has a virtual assistant named Diya, which uses speech recognition to identify if a student is facing difficulty with pronouncing a word or a phrase and help them accordingly.

Google Read Along

This app was first launched back in 2019 in India where it was named Bolo to help children speak and learn English and Hindi language. And now, the company has expanded its reach with a new name with the worldwide launch. This app now supports Spanish and Portuguese also.

One of the best features of the app is that it works offline. You can download learning content and stories while you’re connected to WiFi and use it offline. This app is now available on Google Play Store to download for free of cost.

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