Google's learn-to-read app for kids is now available on the web

You no longer have to reach for your Android phone to try Google’s learn-to-read tool. Google has launched a beta web version of Read Along that offers a similar experience on your computer. As before, the virtual helper Diya encourages your kids to read aloud and offers correctional feedback. Children can read at different skill levels and receive digital prizes for completing goals.

The beta currently supports reading on Chrome, Edge and Firefox, with functionality for Safari and other browsers due “soon.” Kids can learn in several languages, including English and Hindi. You can sign in for a personalized experience, but Google makes clear that you don’t need an

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