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Google Bolo speech-based tutor app to assist kids in India to read and write

    The Bolo Android app has been launched in India, and it helps kids and children to learn how to read and write perfectly. Google Bolo speech-based tutor app to assist kids in India to read and write.

    Commonly, India has wide range of rural areas, and Smartphones has been taking a dive into this sides of the country. And Google wants to be a part of the program.

    Google officially unveiled the Bolo App, it is powered by the company’s speech recognition and text-to-speech technology with built-in “Diya.” which explains and corrects the child, as they read aloud.

    It was officially launched in India-exclusive, and you can now download the app on Google Playstore, and the Bolo app can work offline.

    The Bolo app helps you children read and write, and at the end of the short tutorial, the app delivers positive and corrective feedback.

    Google Bolo speech-based tutor app

    Children loves stories, the Bolo Android app comes with 50 stories in Hindi & 40 in English, and they are completely free and the initial catalog from

    According to Google blog statement, “We believe technology has the power to help transform teaching and learning, and have been actively directing our products, programs and philanthropy to ensure that all students are able to benefit from it,”

    The speech based reading-tutor app, Bolo has so many features to help rural children who are not close, or not financially buoyant to attend schools:

    *. Read all by themselves
    *. Choose from a large variety of engaging stories
    *. Enjoy as they learn
    *. Improve at their own pace
    *. Understand English better
    *. Read without distractions (and without data too)
    *. Stay safe and secure

    Th Bolo Android app works perfectly when the device is offline, and it helps children to focus on reading. And it is also secured, with the children safety at the mind of the developers. The Bolo app is now open to all children and their parents across India, under an open beta program.