Speechify Alternatives for iPhone

    There are many alternatives to Speechify for iPhone if you are looking for a replacement. The best iPhone alternative is elocance, which is free. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 10 alternatives to Speechify and six of them are available for iPhone so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting iPhone alternatives to Speechify are Voice Dream Reader (Paid), Speaking Email (Paid), NeoSpeech (Paid) and IcanRead (Paid).

    This page was last updated Oct 25, 2021

    1. Turn your reading list into a podcast, instantly! Multitask while commuting, exercising or running errands. Save articles, emails and personal documents to elocance and it will read them out loud to you! Find your favorite newsletters in audio.
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    2. Voice Dream Reader lets you listen to any document and ebook using text-to-speech. Text-to-Speech - One premium Acapela voice of your choice free with the purchase of the app. - 36 built-in iOS voices in 27 languages are also available for free.
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    3. Speaking Email iPhone app speaks your emails out loud, making it possible to keep your eyes on the road while you listen. Simple gestures designed for use while driving give you the ability to skip, pause, archive, star or even reply on the go.
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      Experience our world-class, natural-sounding, text-to-speech (TTS) software programs today. Empower your applications with advanced TTS software using VoiceTextTM. Robotic voices are now history!
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      IcanRead reads any text out loud, no matter if it's in a book or on a screen, typed or handwriting. The voice reading the text is the most natural sounding voice available. You cannot tell it apart from a real person. The app has 3 modes.


    4. iPlayText reads text to you. It turns wikipedia articles into podcasts. It gives your tired eyes a rest. Features include: • No ads. • Works offline, no network required. • Listen to arbitrary text in any of the 30+ supported languages (see list below).
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