Really good for freeware it's a pay to use, but you can use google tts or in my case Samsungs. there are some mispronouncation but i dont know if that is Samsung or voxdox. there are some bugs, when i let it play a book for a long time it stops at random points and i have to restart it. when i reverse the color and exit out the book doesn't stay reversed. it also doesn't always change the page after moving to the next. those 3point 2 star.
Best voice out there and probably the most versatile reader on the market. I is the best reader I have found but it has some room for improvement. Converts images to text and speech with some errors. It also loses the page format and paragraph format. But like I said its the best out there. I would give it five stars but it does convert some text from images with errors and it can only convert one page at time from camscanner files (entire files either do not convert at all or the text is stung out so all it reads are the letters individually).
Amazing value for a free app I primarily use this for copying daily Bible readings to use while driving or for Australian Molly to talk to my kids. It works better than my Bible reader apps in that I can read along and it doesn't advanced chapters with swiping. It is amazing how well it reads clearly. I would like to purchase the full version so I can take off footnotes. I ran out of my allotted time after months of use but didn't find where I could purchase the full version only upgrades for more credits i just reinstalled.
This has been very helpful with my studying. It's one of the only applications I found that will convert my text-to-speech without having to go through the CDR process. And if you run out of credit you can use the TTS system to download your pages. I read my material while listening to it which is very effective and I also listen to it while I'm driving. There are some quirks but the resource that provides outweighs them.
Have to update my 3 stars to 5. I am now (for work) dealing with clients from all over the world. Even though I can get more accurate translations thru other apps, I still must be able to sound as though I am German, Spanish, Russian, etc., without going through all the cutesy games in Duo-Lingo, Babbel, and other Instructional language apps/learning simulators. I say "simulator" because there are ways to trick computers, but not the human ear (at least not often, jaja jaja). Hasta luego you Thunder-Cats out there. Ciao for now...
Fabulous, with one important missing feature I absolutely love this app and recommend it at least three times a week. Thank you! When a doc is "playing," it doesn't pause for interruptions like phone calls, announcements from Google maps, or sounds from other apps like audible or Spotify. Those apps are great at this seemingly simple feature. Otherwise, I use this 20-60 minutes a day to read everything I want to while doing mundane things to make the most of the day.
- Voxboox (BETA). You can now listen to classic audiobooks (mainly from Librivox) for free! Just click on the Voxboox menu option and start exploring.
- Minor stability improvements
Read aloud and on screen web pages, PDF, DOC, TXT, EPUB and FB2 files and more.
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A plugin for @Voice Aloud Reader to improve text extraction from PDF files.
The best app for non-stop continuous dictation. Take notes on the go & much more