The British English male voice is very pleasant to listen to for extended periods. I have him read me novels on the drive to work. There are just a few niggles with words with the same spelling that can be pronounced in different ways, such as live, and wind, bows. With the latter two Google always picks the non-nautical pronunciation, which is disconcerting in the sea stories I'm currently listening to. It would be nice if the speech engine could adapt the pronunciation to match the context.
I am having an issue with the application ! It is talking to me too fast for the past couple of times that I have used it. It's annoying. Can you please fix this or tell me how ? Thanks
Best so far. Microsoft out of competition with no windows software nearby. How stupid cortana feels when Windows interpret something funny. Similar is story of ubuntu.Linux community not at all serious about this business leaves Google in very good position. But than there is still lots of improvement required.
I've got a problem with Google translate. I use the male voicebut when i press GTTS it automatically download the female voice and set it as a default
1 star only because I can't figure out how to use it!! I have multiple sclerosis, so its hard for me to see the screen, plus Im hard of hearing, but would still rather use this! I feel stupid asking this question, but I dont use a lot of technology. I followed the directions on previous screen, & made sure it was my default setting etc on my android (S7 Edge) but the directions stopped there. I have no idea what to do now so that it'll read my texts etc. There's not even an "open" on this page, it's blank there, only option is uninstall. If I can't figure HOW to use it, it's pointless & I'll switch over to the other option that said "Samsung" & try it! ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED!!! I'd b happy to give more stars, if I can try it out & use it!
English to French: The French speech/audio is impossible to understand, it's TOO FAST and indistinct. SLOW IT DOWN...
• Added support for Filipino, Greek.
• Experimental setting to enable language detection on devices with Android Oreo.
• Various other improvements to our voices.