ReadAloud now a PC app, still free


The developers of Text to Speech app ReadAloud have ported their app to the PC.

The app, which has seen more than 150,000 downloads in the Windows Phone Store, will read any web page, text file and even PDFs, and brings new features like clipboard monitoring, pronunciation editor and more.

Content can be loaded into the app via the Windows Share feature, via Right Click in the file explorer, directly from the built-in web browser, from a file, from the text editor and even from the clipboard when a URL or text content is detected there.

Some spotlight features are –
• Share content from Web browsers and other apps with just 2 clicks.
• Monitor clipboard for superfast sharing of content.
• Extract only useful contents from webpages .
• Pronunciation editor to let you change the pronunciation of words.
• Read PDF, TXT files.
• Create your own custom content.
• Supports 13 languages.
• Highlights the sentence being read.
• Full control over the pitch, rate and volume of the speech.
• Start reading from anywhere in the article with just one click (right click).
• Organize your articles as per your needs.
• Customize the look and feel of the reader as per your requirements.
• Track the progress of articles on the home screen.
• . . . . and many more.

See screen shots of the app below:

The app is free and can be found in the Windows Store here.

Developer: Optimilia Studios
Price: Free+

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