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Text To Speech Free Tool

Text To Speech Free ToolA text to speech free tool can help you be more productive and do more than one thing at once. It will read text or transfer the text to voice so you can listen to an audio version of the e-book you’re trying to read.

Unlike a natural reader, a text to speech free tool will be a synthetic voice kind of like a robot but nothing to worry, the quality of text to voice is pretty clear and comprehensible.

I started looking at text to speech online when I bought my first Kindle e-book. For some reason, I just can’t stand to sit and read an e-book all day.

That being said, I don’t mind listening to it through a text reader that has the functionality to speed up the “text speak” speed. It’s apparent that I can listen and take in lots more information via audio than by reading hence why I much prefer getting audibooks through Audible.

But sometimes, the book I want is not available in an audio version so go to my other alternative which is to use a text to speech free tool. Often times I’ll put my text reader play speed at 300% so I can get the information faster and to do that on my Kindle book, I used the Kindle for PC Accessibility Plugin.

If it would normally take me three hours to listen to an audiobook at regular play speed, going at 300% you can reduce that to one hour while doing something else.

If I’m doing something on the computer that is a repetitive task that is mindless, then I’ll go ahead listen to an audiobook, pausing, taking notes, etc. If I require concentration like when I’m writing then I’m not listening to an audiobook, I usually put background music with very low volume.

If I’m on the fly listening through my android device, then I do carry a small notepad and pen around when I hear anything that I like, I time stamp whatever information I really find relevant or the little golden nuggets, I write down the times so I can later revisit that section when I’m at the computer. I use an app called Audio Speed Changer (ASC) to change the plays peed of mp3 audiobooks.

Text To Speech Free Tool Continued

Anyways, I’m going off topic here, coming back to text to speech free tool. You can use Microsoft Narrator that comes with Windows 7 to have your computer read what’s on your screen and/or you can also use the “Read Out Loud” function to get PDF to speech activated.

What about you, which text to speech free tool will you be using?

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