Technology News Desk!!! Homegrown conversational AI platform Swiftchat on Thursday partnered with Google to introduce Read Along Tool, a spoken reading tool on their platform. SwiftChat’s Read Along bot will help early learners ages 5-11 read and learn independently using their voice. The tool is available as an Android app and as a website. Regular use of the Read Along bot on the Swiftchat app will enable children to improve their reading skills, Shikhar Gupta, Chief Product Officer, Swiftchat, said in a statement. SwiftChat’s mission is to bridge the gap between technology and people by providing simple and meaningful solutions at scale. We want students to learn to read and believe this partnership is a wonderful step in that direction. According to the company, the new tool on the SwiftChat app will support over 700 illustrated stories in English and seven Indian languages, namely Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Urdu. In addition, the company said that the bot will allow learners to access their Will allow you to improve reading skills at your own pace by adjusting difficulty levels based on reading ability. Read Along, which was first released in India as Bolo, uses Google’s speech recognition technology to help develop reading skills.