Google recently introduced a new Chrome experiment called Spell Up, that is aimed at helping you improve your command over the Engish language.

Inspired from Xavier Barrade, creative lead at Google’s Creative Lab in London, he was raised in France and as a result had spent considerable amount of time to master the English language. Now at Google, he and his team has put the existing technology to use to create Spell Up to help people learn English words in a simple and fun manner.

Additionally, as this is an endeavour by Google, Spell up works best if have Chrome on your computer or in Chrome on Android based devices. In case you are using Chrome on your iPhones, you will be limited to typing and will not be able to use your voice to play the game. Google says it worked with game designers and teachers to make Spell Up “both fun and educational.”

The goal of the player is simple: just spell the word that you hear correctly every single time. The more words you spell correctly, the more levels you advance and create a higher word tower in the process. It goes without saying that the more you move ahead, the more difficult the words become. Also, as the game processes, players will be made to pronounce words correctly, guess mystery words and solve word jumbles. Earn bonuses and coins to move up the game faster.

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