Booklyn.co Introduces New AI-Driven e-Reader Website

Education Technology Insights | Thursday, December 10, 2020

Booklyn.co facilitates speed-reading through a unique skip feature. The skip feature lets readers focus on individual words, paragraphs, and sentences to employ intuitive design.

FREMONT, CA: Booklyn.co, an artist-run, non-profit, consensus-governed, artists and bookmakers’ organization, announced the launch of its flagship e-reader site, an online book application that connects Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technology to help readers read better. Offering the broadest available range of digital features, Booklyn.co is an exceptional tool for speed-reading and learning new languages. Booklyn.co empowers users to involve more deeply with the books they read via virtual communities and promptly accessible information about texts.

The new site will let users access all the standard e-book features that readers have come to expect, together with a dictionary search, bookmarking, highlighting, and annotating features, in addition to shareable quotes and one-click pronunciations. Furthermore, the platform goes beyond existing e-readers by presenting new, tech-driven capabilities accessible straight from the site. Its signature feature is an AI bot that permits readers to ask questions about a page of any site-supported book in English and view answers in real-time.

Booklyn.co facilitates speed-reading through a unique skip feature. The skip feature lets readers focus on individual words, paragraphs, and sentences to employ intuitive design. This limits eye movement, keeps readers’ attention locked-in and aligns with well-known recommendations for skimming texts while keeping reading comprehension high. The skip feature is projected to serve academics, students, and business workers who need to absorb data across multiple texts swiftly--and it is also handy for the pleasure reader who wants to raise the number of books they are reading.

Readers looking to learn a new language can use Booklyn.co to interpret new vocabulary while reading. The site highlights a microphone capability that permits users to read aloud into a microphone while a synchronous translation appears on their screens. Language learners can also highlight and double-click on individual words and sentences to gain instantaneous access to accurate translations and audio plays of their proper pronunciations.

The firm currently supports these features across seven different languages, English, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Polish, German, and French. Plans are put in place to expand language capacities across more regions further. By uploading free books from the public domain, Booklyn.co will remain financially available for all users, presenting one of the world’s most significant literature and nonfiction works as it enlarges from over 300 titles to an expected figure in the millions.

Booklyn’s social media side uses a follow model to empower members to share quotes and annotations with friends and sustain this development and exclusively combine online interaction with a personal reading.

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