Google did the work of parents, launched a new parenting website

Google Accompanied Reading site: Google has introduced a browser version of its “read along” Android app. The website is currently in beta, but it’s still working. The site offers stories with many illustrations at different reading levels. Once kids have selected a story, they can start reading the story into their device’s microphone. After reading the words, they are highlighted in blue and misspelled words are underlined in red. After that, virtual assistant Diya shows it by pronouncing it correctly.

Read Along works like this

When you visit the website, the Diya virtual assistant gives you the option to choose the language. After that, after completing a few steps, kids can start reading stories. After reading the words of each story, they are highlighted in blue. In addition, incorrect words are underlined in red. After selecting the underlined words, the virtual assistant Diya pronounces them correctly

The website provides these facilities

You can easily open this website on Chrome, Firefox, and Edge, while it will soon be introduced on other browsers including Safari. The stories on the website are available in English, Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Spanish and Portuguese. Google has also added new stories to the Read Along collection, which will be available in web and Android versions later this year. These include content from children’s video makers USP Studios and Chuchu TV, and alphabets and phonics from education company Kutuki.

Read Along was launched in 2019

Read Along was launched in 2019. Read Along’s Android app has been used by over 30 million children since its launch in 2019. Now the move to the desktop version will not only give children more options devices, but will also allow them to read on a larger screen.

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