Auri (Voice Reddit and RSS)

Auri (Voice Reddit and RSS)


Auri Voice Companion reads Reddit, RSS feeds and other sources aloud in a lively, fun format. Speech is

Reviews: Lifehacker: http://lifehacker.com/auri-reads-your-rss-feeds-aloud-responds-to-voice-comm-1298452714
Addictive Tips: http://www.addictivetips.com/android/listen-to-your-rss-reddit-other-feeds-in-style-on-android-with-auri/

This is Auri's first release and we're actively working on many, many more features.  
If you have any suggestions, please post to www.reddit.com/r/auri.

* Listen to Reddit posts and comments
* Play voice controlled Trivia, completely hands free
* Reddit and RSS feeds specially processed for realistic speech
* Works any TTS engine (We highly recommend Ivona, it's free on google play)
* Great for travel, shower or any other situation where reading is not an option :)


Some of the planned future features:
* Voice Comments to posts on Reddit (Transcribed by Auri)
* Full trivia game
* More voice commands
* More sources
* Sorting by New, Hot and Top
* Advanced Reddit features

Recent changes:
v1.1
- Added Reddit sort.
- Added voice comment feature, hit the mic during comments playback to dictate your reply.

v1.08
- Improved net error handling.
- Fixed exit issues on some phones.
- Fixed billing issues.
- You can now exit by pressing the back button.
- Upgrades are now functional.
- Added SD Card install location.
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Free
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4.0
User ratings
75
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
0
File size
10146 kb
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About Auri (Voice Reddit and RSS)
Auri Voice Companion reads Reddit, RSS feeds and other sources aloud in a lively, fun format. Speech is

Reviews: Lifehacker: http://lifehacker.com/auri-reads-your-rss-feeds-aloud-responds-to-voice-comm-1298452714
Addictive Tips: http://www.addictivetips.com/android/listen-to-your-rss-reddit-other-feeds-in-style-on-android-with-auri/

This is Auri's first release and we're actively working on many, many more features.  
If you have any suggestions, please post to www.reddit.com/r/auri.

* Listen to Reddit posts and comments
* Play voice controlled Trivia, completely hands free
* Reddit and RSS feeds specially processed for realistic speech
* Works any TTS engine (We highly recommend Ivona, it's free on google play)
* Great for travel, shower or any other situation where reading is not an option :)


Some of the planned future features:
* Voice Comments to posts on Reddit (Transcribed by Auri)
* Full trivia game
* More voice commands
* More sources
* Sorting by New, Hot and Top
* Advanced Reddit features

Recent changes:
v1.1
- Added Reddit sort.
- Added voice comment feature, hit the mic during comments playback to dictate your reply.

v1.08
- Improved net error handling.
- Fixed exit issues on some phones.
- Fixed billing issues.
- You can now exit by pressing the back button.
- Upgrades are now functional.
- Added SD Card install location.

User reviews of Auri (Voice Reddit and RSS)
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 8, 2015
buggy and essential In the near-appless world of tts reading comment threads, no other app comes close to this one. it parses reddit perfectly... which it usually does on the 2nd or 3rd try. sometimes on the 9th or 10th. be persistent and this app will save you hours of reading. its great for long drives and to listen to while puttering chores around the house.
A Google User
Jun 4, 2014
I can imagine going on R/gonewild would be fun with this.
A Google User
Mar 7, 2014
I love it You can even change voices!
A Google User
Mar 6, 2014
How do I stop the music? That background music only mutes temporarily when I click the notes icon... how do I disable it permanent?
A Google User
Feb 18, 2014
Hear Reddit! Very interesting way to consume Reddit. I'm not sure how to read the op, but since I normally don't anyway, this has been perfect. Glad to see developers considering other senses for content consumption!