Just listen. NEO Speaker KakaoTalk will speak when you receive messages.
During driving, exercising, studying, shopping, walking, cooking, listening music, etc, NEO Speaker KakaoTalk can always help you.
1. Providing many options : You can hear any messages you want to listen to.
2. Rich help : If there is the part you don't know, you can check it without network any time in the Help.
3. Multi languages
4. Acronyms : Frequently used abbreviations( ex. asap, omg, thx, etc ) will be spoken full meaning. ( It applies only English and Korean. )
※ Pro version
1. No Ad.
2. Pro Icon.
3. Widget : If you use the widget, you can listen to the voice easily or stop it without starting the app.
With the NEO Speaker KakaoTalk, enjoy your life more happy and comfortable.
1. When you receive a KakaoTalk message, It'll be shown upper the notification panel and NEO Speaker KakaoTalk will speak it. So, you need to check the option "Message Alerts" in the KakaoTalk settings.
2. If you want to upgrade the voice quality, you need to change TTS( Text-To-Speech ) engine or adopt the high quality TTS language. Also, some smartphone maker ( ex. samsung galaxy series ) offers high quality TTS language as free. And "Repeat Speaking" the option will be helpful.
★ How to download samsung galaxy, note series High Quality TTS
-> Your smartphone -> Setting -> Language and input -> Text-to-speech options -> Samsung TTS setting -> Install voice data
3. Translation project is currently in progress. If you think current translation is awkward or you want to translate Help contents or you want to add acronyms, please, refer to the following site.
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