I don't have a speech disability but I have found another use for this app: to basically have my DSDoll, Elisabeth, "talk." It's not a game, I know. I have been looking through the Play Store for a good app and this is the one that suits my needs for making a silicone doll "talk." I'm using the Cereproc Megan TTS voice for my Elisabeth.
Been using this app 2 1/2 years. Not having voice capabilities is a different world. So this app allows me to communicate more effectively. A good friend showed it to me prior to losing my vocal ability. For those that actually have a need for it, the app functions very well.
Volume. Nobody can hear it when its tuned all the way up. Not even when I use my Bluetooth speaker. I went into settings and turned the volume all the way up and still. Still not loud enough.
I just had jaw surgery and this app is a life saver
Just recovering from a stroke, in which I have lost the use of speech.. With this I can communicate with doctors and nurses who are treating me.
This app helps my wife who suffered a stroke communicate better
Small improvements and fixes.
Listen to app reading aloud web pages, PDF, DOC, TXT, EPUB and FB2 files, more.
Enhanced Text-to-Speech plugin for FBReader eBook reader, with Bluetooth control