Artículos con la etiqueta ‘texto a voz’

Add a Text to Speech Function to Your Browser

Announcify is a free text to speech application that is available as a Chrome browser extension. With Announcify installed in your browser any time you’re viewing a webpage you can simply click on the Announcify icon in your browser and have the text of the page read to you. A bonus aspect of using Announcify is that in order to make a webpage easier to read it enlarges the text of the webpage and removes all sidebar content. In…

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Top 10 Text To Speech (TTS) Software For eLearning

There are several reasons why you should consider using text to speech software for your eLearning courses; converting words into speech accommodates learning difficulties, develops speech and literacy skills, and allows for different paces to work with. In this article I will share the best text to speech software for eLearning, so that you can be able to explore your options and select the right text to speech software for you.See it on Scoop.

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3 Good Text to Speech Tools for Struggling Readers

We have received a few requests over the last couple of weeks to share our recommendations for text to speech tools designed specifically for struggling readers.While all text to voice converters can be used by both struggling and non struggling readers, the tools listed below are reputed for being effective with kids with reading disorders. Natural Reader is not free but it does offer a free trial period to test the application and decide …

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How to Use Text-to-Speech to Post Audio Messages on Your Blog

AudioPal is a free service that anyone can use to create short audio messages to embed into blog posts. AudioPal offers three way to create messages. You can record using the microphone connected to your computer. You can record by calling AudioPal’s phone system. Or you can create a message by using AudioPal’s text-to-speech function. In the video that is embedded below I demonstrate how to use AudioPal’s text-to-speech function and how…

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