Watch the live comparison here. We just stumbled upon this very interesting YouTube, demoing live comparison of top speech to text solutions online. The blogger here simply searched ‘text to speech’ on Google, and then tested all the different free websites that he got on the first search results. It’s all done live - so you can see the websites and hear the different voices on each one. He uses the same text for all websites - so you actually get a very good comparison of the different text to speech solutions.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire - Can Now Read Websites As TTSReader is Now Available on Amazon’s App Store Get it now for FREE Exciting news! Kindle lovers now got upgraded with some new great features. TTSReader on the Kindle can read out loud any text, pdf and website. It uses the latest algorithms to extract only the relevant text out of the usually-cluttered websites. Great for listening to Wiki articles for instance, blogs and more.
Android Gets Best In Class Websites Reader - With Latest Update to TTSReader Pro Start listening now for FREE Exciting news, as Android’s TTSReader Pro app, has been updated to use TTSReaderX’s algorithms to extract only the relevant text out of websites. This is super important for a text-to-speech website reader, as otherwise the reader would start reading out loud all the ads, menus, sharing buttons and more clutter.
When is a Commercial License Necessary Using ttsreader.com within your institution If you are a company, or organization, using ttsreader.com, please use our paypal donate link. If you are a personal user, or an educational institute - ttsreader.com is free, no need to even donate - you are welcome, of course :). Using the generated speech for commercial purposes Recording and using the audio generated by TTSReader in a commercial application (ie publishing)
How to Record Audio Played on PC (Speakers) for Free Need to record audio from TTSReader, YouTube or other? Here’s how in a few simple steps (includes screenshots). No need to record the speakers - you can record the audio from within the pc itself. It will be of higher audio quality - as it’s the original digital signal, clear and without ambient noise. Also, no need to purchase a software for that.
#1 Speech to Text - Dictation Tool Start dictating now for FREE online Start dictating now for FREE on Android Speech to Text Online Notepad Voice typing and taking notes, has never been so efficient and easy. Patent pending voice & punctuation keys-commands combo. Professional, Accurate & Free Speech Recognition Text Editor Powerful speech-enabled (voice-typing) notepad, designed to empower your ideas and creativity. Featured on Gizmo’s, GeekTime & other leading tech magazines.
Unlimited, Natural Sounding Speech Synthesis for Your Android Mobile Phone Start listening now for FREE Reads out loud any text, pdf, websites. Surprise your friends with funny voice-messages. Listen to articles, or play-back your own texts. Send your friends audio messages in different voices and accents! Write in English, let it be read by one of the many voices and languages. Spanish for example will result in your text being read with a Spanish accent.
#1 Online Text To Speech Reader (TTSReader) Web-App Start listening now for FREE A Web app that works great both on Chrome and Safari. No need to download or install. No annoying login either. Simply paste the text and click “play”. TTSReader remembers the article and last position when paused, even if you close the browser. This way, you can come back to listening right where you previously left.
Read out loud any web-page, directly from within that page Get it now for FREE Enhance your Chrome with in-page speech capabilities. Listen to news, wiki articles & more, directly on their websites. Reads any website, without having to copy text or leave the website. All your website reading needs in a simple, efficient and intuitive manner! The extension is super simple to use. The extension’s icon will be placed right on your Chrome’s toolbar, so it will always be available without exiting your working tab.
Copyrights of Recorded Output made by Speech Synthesis via Web Speech API on Chrome We asked Google’s legal team about it, and they asked us to ask a private attorney. So, we asked one of the leading copyrights attorneys - Attorney Rod Underhill from California about it. Here is the question, followed by his formal answer. Question I use the Web Speech API via Chrome to synthesize speech of my original text.