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FBReader TTS Plugin


This plugin provides basic TTS functionality only. We recommend to use TTS+ plugin from Hyperionics (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hyperionics.fbreader.plugin.tts_plus) instead.

Recent changes:
1.2:
Continues speaking when the screen goes off
Speech rate control
1.1:
* Android 3.*/4.* compatible.
* Czech localization (by Marek Pavelka)
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Free
81
4.1
User ratings
978
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
25 kb
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About FBReader TTS Plugin
This plugin provides basic TTS functionality only. We recommend to use TTS+ plugin from Hyperionics (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hyperionics.fbreader.plugin.tts_plus) instead.

Recent changes:
1.2:
Continues speaking when the screen goes off
Speech rate control
1.1:
* Android 3.*/4.* compatible.
* Czech localization (by Marek Pavelka)

User reviews of FBReader TTS Plugin
Recommended. Need functionality to slowdown/speedup speech. [HTC Sensation XE running Android 2.3.4]
Nov 8, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 4, 2014
Doesn't work with default TTS. Works very good with Ivona, but shouldn't default be a priority?
A Google User
Sep 30, 2014
Great! If you prefer to be read by paragraph this is the TTS option for you. But if you are okay with being read by sentence then I'd recommend the TTS+. You can also change the TTS+ pronunciations which I have found very helpful. No matter which you choose, they both work great!
A Google User
Aug 26, 2014
Thanks Provide this app
A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Fantastic
A Google User
Jun 25, 2014
Just needs a substitute index This works great and faithfully uses the TTS on my Note 3. The only thing that would make it better is if you could create a per-book word list to substitute words for better phonetic versions. Many proper names are butchered by TTS. I would like it if we could change a name like "Ty" to read as if it were "Tie" instead of "Tea" like it tries to do. If you could create a dictionary of replacements, it might fix an entire book's mispronounciation.