Virtual Voice

Virtual Voice


This application is designed to use the text to speech (TTS) and the speech recognition features of your Android device.

It was created with deaf and/or mute people in mind, so they can communicate with others without the need for sign language or lip reading.

It has a very simple interface, with large lettering for those that are visually impaired.

It is FREE! and it contains NO ADVERTS!



This app was developed to use your device's NATIVE language. In other words, it should work in whatever language you have your phone set to.

If you have problems getting it to "Speak", make sure you have a text-to-speech engine installed on your device such as Pico TTS.

If you have problems getting it to "Listen", check you have an internet connection available (WiFi or 3G data enabled) so that it can connect to the Google recognition services.

Further problems? Please email me.



*** This app has been thoroughly tested for use with Froyo, Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean *** This app scans clean with Norton, AVG and Webroot ***

Test Devices : Desire HD, Sensation, One X + Nexus 7

Recent changes:
Version 3.0 -

Added a "Rate" button in the "About" notification box

Added a "Donate" button (kept it as small as possible)

Version 2.0 -

Updated app with notifications boxes

Added "Clear" button to clear text fields

Added color selection for screen and text

Added rotation support (toggle button)

Changed the icon file to one that uses a free commercial and non-commercial license Creative Commons 2.0 Generic. Icon file created independently by "Anatom5". (Many thanks for the use of it! :p)
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About Virtual Voice
This application is designed to use the text to speech (TTS) and the speech recognition features of your Android device.

It was created with deaf and/or mute people in mind, so they can communicate with others without the need for sign language or lip reading.

It has a very simple interface, with large lettering for those that are visually impaired.

It is FREE! and it contains NO ADVERTS!



This app was developed to use your device's NATIVE language. In other words, it should work in whatever language you have your phone set to.

If you have problems getting it to "Speak", make sure you have a text-to-speech engine installed on your device such as Pico TTS.

If you have problems getting it to "Listen", check you have an internet connection available (WiFi or 3G data enabled) so that it can connect to the Google recognition services.

Further problems? Please email me.



*** This app has been thoroughly tested for use with Froyo, Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean *** This app scans clean with Norton, AVG and Webroot ***

Test Devices : Desire HD, Sensation, One X + Nexus 7

Recent changes:
Version 3.0 -

Added a "Rate" button in the "About" notification box

Added a "Donate" button (kept it as small as possible)

Version 2.0 -

Updated app with notifications boxes

Added "Clear" button to clear text fields

Added color selection for screen and text

Added rotation support (toggle button)

Changed the icon file to one that uses a free commercial and non-commercial license Creative Commons 2.0 Generic. Icon file created independently by "Anatom5". (Many thanks for the use of it! :p)

User reviews of Virtual Voice
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 19, 2015
fail dont work uninstalled it
A Google User
Apr 11, 2015
Speech speed control Great app. I have Parkinson's and have virtually lost my voice completely. I would like to have a male voice and the ability to slow the tempo down.
A Google User
Feb 11, 2015
Wonderful This app was perfect for me when I lost my voice. 5 stars!
A Google User
Dec 22, 2014
Wonderful! I'm deaf and autistic, and this app has enabled me to communicate in situations where I'm mute, cannot hear people in conversation properly or if I'm speaking to non-signers. The only drawback is that Virtual Voice doesn't work on my tablet (which is a Nexus 9) but only works on my phone. Thank you to the designer. It's a fantastic app!
A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
Not sure this. If this is clear? I would like to talk someone hearing if he can hear my text.
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