Web Reader Alternatives

    Web Reader is described as 'Let Text to Speech read web pages to you. Download webpages for reading offline. Practice speed reading. Use it simply as a RSS reader or use RSS playlists feature to listen to items in RSS feeds. Read from clipboard. Offline playlists' and is an app in the Education & Reference category. There are more than 25 alternatives to Web Reader for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Online / Web-based, SaaS and Google Chrome. The best alternative is Balabolka, which is free. Other great apps like Web Reader are Read Aloud (Free, Open Source), eSpeak (Free, Open Source), TextAloud (Paid) and Read Aloud (Free).

    This page was last updated Jul 28, 2021

    1. Convert any source of text to speech. With specific features for handling PDF files, Starfield Reader allows selected of chapters of eBooks be converted into WAV/MP3 files.
    2. 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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    3. A web app that let you create voiceovers for your videos. Upload a video or use a youtube video link and add a voiceover to it !
    4. Voice Reader from Linguatec reads your texts and e-mails for you, either at your desk on your PC or on the move on your MP3 player.
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    5. SpeakLine lets your Mac talk to you! Write some text, select a voice and your Mac reads it out loud. Enjoy your words with funny voices or read texts in native languages.
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    6. Announcify (formerly known as SayMyName) reads out loud the caller's name. Announcify reads out loud every website you want. For example, if you're too tired but still need to study one more Wikipedia entry, Announcify can help your tired eyes relax.
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