Google announced a slew of new features including new functionality that lets Google Assistant read out the entire web page to you. After giving us a sneak peek at the feature in January, Google’s “read it” feature is now available on the Google Assistant. The ‘read it’ feature allows Android users to make their Google Assistant read aloud web pages open on their Chrome browser, Google Search, or the News app. Users can just ask the Assistant to read the text written on their screen by simply saying, “Hey Google, read it”, “Hey Google, read aloud” or “Hey Google, read this page”. The Google Assistant will immediately read aloud the content of the opened web page.
Google says that the feature will be available in 42 languages including Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Sinhalese, Tamil, and Telugu. Users can use the translation menu to select the desired language. The page being read will be automatically translated and the Assistant will read it out in a user’s preferred language.
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