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SVOX Mandarin/普通话 Yun Voice


Did you know that your mobile can speak Mandarin?

Have Yun read aloud texts from your e-book, navigation, translation and other apps in a Mandarin female, high quality and natural-sounding voice powered by SVOX.

When combined with TTS-enabled apps, Yun can:
- give directions, allowing you to keep your eyes on the road while you're driving
- read a notification containing the caller / sender's name, and read the content of an incoming call / sms / mms / email
- read aloud your favorite e-books or pdf documents
- help you learn Mandarin by reading aloud the correct pronunciation

and much more… the possibilities are limitless!
Browse http://svoxmobilevoices.wordpress.com for a list of compatible apps and voice demos.

NEW! Pronunciation correction feature: correct the default output according to your preferences!

== INSTRUCTIONS ==
1. Install and run the voice app once

2. Install free SVOX Classic Text-to-Speech Engine

3. Go to Android Settings -> Voice Input & Output -> Text-to-Speech settings.
Activate SvoxClassic at the bottom of the screen.
Select SvoxClassic as the Default Engine.
4. Run the voice app, click “Continue”, then follow the instructions.
5. Your SVOX Voice main screen will be now visible. Don’t forget to try the new pronunciations correction feature (‘pencil’ icon)!
6. Download other free / paid apps to combine our voice with. For example, you could try: Google Navigation (on Android 2.2 and later, only with Navigation < 5.9), Moon+ Reader PRO, Voice Actions Plus, TalkToMe Classic, Book Speech Audio Books, Transzilla, Good Morning, WakeVoice...
Browse http://svoxmobilevoices.wordpress.com/faq/ for a list of frequently asked questions.
And now … enjoy your new SVOX voice!

== PRONUNCIATION CORRECTION FEATURE - HOW TO ==
1. Run the voice app
2. Click on the ‘pencil’ icon. The pronunciation correction screen will now be shown.
3. Tap on the Android menu key and select ‘Help’

== NOTES ==

1. Google Navigation requires that the Text-to-Speech voice matches the phone language. You can change the phone language in Android Settings -> Language & keyboard -> Select language

Compatible with Google Navigation version < 5.9
2. On Android 2.1 and earlier, only some apps, like Google Translation, support changing voices.

Recent changes:
- Resolved issue with the status bar notification that was always telling users to reinstall the application.
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About SVOX Mandarin/普通话 Yun Voice
Did you know that your mobile can speak Mandarin?

Have Yun read aloud texts from your e-book, navigation, translation and other apps in a Mandarin female, high quality and natural-sounding voice powered by SVOX.

When combined with TTS-enabled apps, Yun can:
- give directions, allowing you to keep your eyes on the road while you're driving
- read a notification containing the caller / sender's name, and read the content of an incoming call / sms / mms / email
- read aloud your favorite e-books or pdf documents
- help you learn Mandarin by reading aloud the correct pronunciation

and much more… the possibilities are limitless!
Browse http://svoxmobilevoices.wordpress.com for a list of compatible apps and voice demos.

NEW! Pronunciation correction feature: correct the default output according to your preferences!

== INSTRUCTIONS ==
1. Install and run the voice app once

2. Install free SVOX Classic Text-to-Speech Engine

3. Go to Android Settings -> Voice Input & Output -> Text-to-Speech settings.
Activate SvoxClassic at the bottom of the screen.
Select SvoxClassic as the Default Engine.
4. Run the voice app, click “Continue”, then follow the instructions.
5. Your SVOX Voice main screen will be now visible. Don’t forget to try the new pronunciations correction feature (‘pencil’ icon)!
6. Download other free / paid apps to combine our voice with. For example, you could try: Google Navigation (on Android 2.2 and later, only with Navigation < 5.9), Moon+ Reader PRO, Voice Actions Plus, TalkToMe Classic, Book Speech Audio Books, Transzilla, Good Morning, WakeVoice...
Browse http://svoxmobilevoices.wordpress.com/faq/ for a list of frequently asked questions.
And now … enjoy your new SVOX voice!

== PRONUNCIATION CORRECTION FEATURE - HOW TO ==
1. Run the voice app
2. Click on the ‘pencil’ icon. The pronunciation correction screen will now be shown.
3. Tap on the Android menu key and select ‘Help’

== NOTES ==

1. Google Navigation requires that the Text-to-Speech voice matches the phone language. You can change the phone language in Android Settings -> Language & keyboard -> Select language

Compatible with Google Navigation version < 5.9
2. On Android 2.1 and earlier, only some apps, like Google Translation, support changing voices.

Recent changes:
- Resolved issue with the status bar notification that was always telling users to reinstall the application.

User reviews of SVOX Mandarin/普通话 Yun Voice
要讓 google 導航真的像個導航軟體就得靠他……才說的出中文。
Feb 8, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 15, 2014
Very poor english The Chinese part is good but the English part is very very bad. Both English Victoria & this voice now DC in the latest 4.4.2 for a gas. Hope it would get fixed soon.
A Google User
Aug 5, 2014
Good quality app! If you can correct certain incorrect pronounciations I will give you 5 stars! Nouns like "舍客勒" are pronounced "舍客(類)" which is not right.
A Google User
Dec 31, 2013
Works, but 2 issues. The female voice comes in lower pitch than normal females. When I drive, on the Nexus 5 speaker phone the voice easily gets drowned out by noise. In contrast, the default google maps navigation female voice is at the right pitch and never gets drowned out. I did try to turn up the pitch, but it sounded so weird I couldn't stand it. Another issue is that, if I speed up the reading, the voice reads Chinese at the faster speed most of the time, but once it comes across some English letters(not complete words, just some abbrevation where each letter has to be pronounced separately), the rest of the paragraph it reads the Chinese much slower.
A Google User
Dec 15, 2012
ComachoL ... of course ...
A Google User
Dec 15, 2012
ComachoL ... of course ...