Immersive Reader in Office apps allows users to read the text aloud, translate, highlighting a specific line of text for focus, and much more, making the content more accessible and inclusive. Microsoft last month announced that Immersive Reader is now available as a Azure Cognitive Service allowing any developer to integrate this accessibility feature into their apps and services. One of the first 3rd party apps to integrate this Immersive Reader is Wakelet. Wakelet is a cool service which allows you to create collection of web links, a bit like creating a scrapbook, and then organize and present them beautifully. In April, Microsoft announced support for embedding Wakelet collections into OneNote pages, creating a live embed on the OneNote page.
Immersive Reader feature is now rolling out to Wakelet user worldwide.