You'll soon no longer have to read what's written on websites. Google announced at Tuesday's CES 2020 that your Assistant will do it for you.
Coming this year, those with an Android device can point their Chrome browser at a page, then say, "Hey Google, read it," to kick off the service.
Even better, sites written in one of 42 languages can be translated into your own on the fly.
Google also revealed that they've made improvements to the Assistant's voice, so it will sound less robotic while reading.
All you’ll have to do is load up a site on an Android phone and then say “Hey Google, read it” or “Hey Google, read this page.” Then, Google Assistant will read it back to you.