It was written as an aid to communication with deaf people. I have shared it here just in case other people find it useful.
The size of the font can be configured.
It continually listens and displays text when a sentence has finished. As with all apps that use the Google speech recognition service, it is better to speak slowly and clearly.
V1.0 - First release
V1.1 - Added reverse scroll feature, improved scrolling
V1.2 - Fixed intermittent crash, added clear text feature
It allows importing web pages directly from the browser to listen to them. You can also import selected text from other apps.
-Text to voice
-Read web pages
-Play / Pause / Stop
-Export audio as WAV file
-Lots of languages (internet connection required for some)
Make your phone say anything you want in many languages! Let your phone read the news for you!
There's a paid version available WITHOUT ADS here:
NOTE: Your phone must have a Text-to-Speech enginge for Talk to work. If it doesn't have it you can download it from Google Play. Depending on the TTS engine, some languages that appear in the app may not work.
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and turns the voice of the caller, in written text (uses voice recognition device)
Not need to understand sign language to talk with a deaf and/or mute person often.
- Sentences are already pre-registered in the application.
- It is possible to change the text of the speech recognition if necessary.
A handy application for deaf people, allowing a deaf person to write a note for a hearing person. This note will be displayed in large type and will be clearly visible on the device screen. This application allows a deaf person to talk with a hearing person, passing the phone to each other.
The application has a very useful feature for translating speech into text, which comes in handy in two cases:
1. When a deaf person and a hearing person pass each other the phone during a conversation, a hearing person presses the “Listen” button or the “Listen and Note” button. When he or she speaks, the app translates the speech into text, displaying the message on the device screen.
2. A deaf person can direct the phone or a connected external microphone toward a hearing person, press the “Listen” button and listen to what the hearing person says to the deaf person.
Also, a deaf person can pronounce the message using a synthesized speech feature (Speak and Note button), if a deaf person does not speak.
The use of a single device is not too convenient for the full conversation between a deaf and a hearing persons (as you need to be close to each other and pass the phone), that’s why we recommend to use two devices with «Deaf-Hearing Chat. Device-H» and «Deaf-Hearing Chat.Device-D» applications installed.
This is a trial version of "Note, Speak, Listen for Deaf". You can use up to 10 notes.
+ Compose a message by using voice recognition (requires an active internet connection!)
+ Alternatively (or just to correct single words) use the screen keyboard
+ Adjust the text size
+ Reuse phrases from a list of recently added/spoken phrases
The application listens to what people say and converts them into text which the deaf can read.
It also speaks the text deaf enters.
Our application notifies the deaf when someone calls him by vibrating and flashing.
Deaf Assistant provides a simple to use chatting application user interface with numerous backgrounds and chat bubbles designs with the ability to change font color and size.
It also provides a widget for instant and fast access that will start Deaf Assistant and start listening automatically.