Say It To Me (Free)

Say It To Me (Free)


Free your hands while driving or working by having your emails, web pages, recipes, news and more read to you aloud with Text-to-Speech.

Say It To Me works through the "Share" text feature found in email and browser apps. Just select the text, tap Share, choose "Say It To Me" and it will immediately begin reading to you.

It also works with the clipboard! If your app (or Android OS version) doesn't support Share but allows you to copy to the clipboard, just start Say It To Me from your home screen. When it starts, it will automatically detect the text in your clipboard and begin speaking it.

Another great feature - as the text is being spoken, the current sentence will be highlighted and focused, allowing you to follow along.

For tips on how to use it, check out the screenshots above.

NOTE: If you get a prompt about selecting additional languages, some devices may require you to select and download them all before TTS will work properly.

Unfortunately, the Android e-mail and browser apps do not allow plugins so we can't put a menu item directly in there, but this is the next best thing.

TTS, Text To Speech

Recent changes:
** v1.3 if share is a URL, the page text will now be downloaded and read instead of simply reading the URL.
** v1.2 fixed out of bounds bug
** v1.1 fixed rotate restart bug
** v1.0 initial version
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3.3
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File size
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About Say It To Me (Free)
Free your hands while driving or working by having your emails, web pages, recipes, news and more read to you aloud with Text-to-Speech.

Say It To Me works through the "Share" text feature found in email and browser apps. Just select the text, tap Share, choose "Say It To Me" and it will immediately begin reading to you.

It also works with the clipboard! If your app (or Android OS version) doesn't support Share but allows you to copy to the clipboard, just start Say It To Me from your home screen. When it starts, it will automatically detect the text in your clipboard and begin speaking it.

Another great feature - as the text is being spoken, the current sentence will be highlighted and focused, allowing you to follow along.

For tips on how to use it, check out the screenshots above.

NOTE: If you get a prompt about selecting additional languages, some devices may require you to select and download them all before TTS will work properly.

Unfortunately, the Android e-mail and browser apps do not allow plugins so we can't put a menu item directly in there, but this is the next best thing.

TTS, Text To Speech

Recent changes:
** v1.3 if share is a URL, the page text will now be downloaded and read instead of simply reading the URL.
** v1.2 fixed out of bounds bug
** v1.1 fixed rotate restart bug
** v1.0 initial version

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A Google User
Jul 22, 2013
The most under-downloaded TTS app The new update makes this even better than before. Everything is simply and easily read aloud, leaving your hands and eyes free for other tasks. This is also a must-have accessory for those who have invested in Ivona or other such apps as you can have any text read aloud with ease and without the Google TTS staccato. The small size and light permission requirements make this the true winner. I had to download German/French/Spanish/Italian but then it was flawless.
A Google User
Dec 22, 2012
It speaks the URL not the content of the webpage I tried using this with the stock Chrome browser on my galaxy s3 and when I clicked share and chose say it to me it actually read the URL. #fail
A Google User
Dec 22, 2012
It speaks the URL not the content of the webpage I tried using this with the stock Chrome browser on my galaxy s3 and when I clicked share and chose say it to me it actually read the URL. #fail