Web Page Reader

Web Page Reader


Web Page Reader is an easy-to-use voice browser.
The browser reads the web page by Text-to-Speech(TTS) voice.
The current reading position is highlighted, so you can easily follow text.

This app is useful if you
- feel difficulty in reading web pages as cell-phone display is small.
- study foreign language by hearing foreign voice.
- let the app read online novels by voice.
- access the internet while walking.

There is also Paid version.
http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.bell_pepper.WebSpeakerPro

Compared with Free version, Paid version has the following features.
* Ads are not displayed.
* The screen orientation can be vertical or horizontal.
* The app keeps reading after another app becomes active or the monitor turns off.
* The web page can be saved as a text file, so you can read it offline.
* The screen orientation can be vertical or horizontal.
* Do not speak the user specified letters such as vertical bars(|) and brackets([]).
* Split text into sentences. This makes the speech fluent if text contains many links like Wikipedia text.
* Image loading can be disabled, so speed up page loading and reduce network cost.

Recent changes:
Fixed the following problem.
* A blank page is displayed when the page is opened from Google search.
This problem occurs on some ASUS devices such as Nexus 7 and Transformer.
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Free
80
4.0
User ratings
353
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
1
File size
176 kb
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About Web Page Reader
Web Page Reader is an easy-to-use voice browser.
The browser reads the web page by Text-to-Speech(TTS) voice.
The current reading position is highlighted, so you can easily follow text.

This app is useful if you
- feel difficulty in reading web pages as cell-phone display is small.
- study foreign language by hearing foreign voice.
- let the app read online novels by voice.
- access the internet while walking.

There is also Paid version.
http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.bell_pepper.WebSpeakerPro

Compared with Free version, Paid version has the following features.
* Ads are not displayed.
* The screen orientation can be vertical or horizontal.
* The app keeps reading after another app becomes active or the monitor turns off.
* The web page can be saved as a text file, so you can read it offline.
* The screen orientation can be vertical or horizontal.
* Do not speak the user specified letters such as vertical bars(|) and brackets([]).
* Split text into sentences. This makes the speech fluent if text contains many links like Wikipedia text.
* Image loading can be disabled, so speed up page loading and reduce network cost.

Recent changes:
Fixed the following problem.
* A blank page is displayed when the page is opened from Google search.
This problem occurs on some ASUS devices such as Nexus 7 and Transformer.

User reviews of Web Page Reader
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 26, 2015
Developer not too responsive It loses your last page when u restart. Bug: vertical orientation only works in one direvtion - its upside down when device turned other way. Needs: 1) button/slider to change speed without needing to go to menu. Pls include it with play button etc - u have the room! Many of us change speed a fair bit, because the material gets harder or easier to read. ALSO: it wont handle dynamic pages AT ALL: where you tap a menu and new text appears in same url (locally stored, anyway!)
A Google User
Mar 5, 2015
Excellent app Awesome works perfectly fine very useful app. I love this app I'm too lazy to read. great job thanks so much.
A Google User
Feb 28, 2015
Can't handle contractions "Wasn't" is read as "wasn tee". So distracting as to make it useless.
A Google User
Feb 22, 2015
Only one that reads original web page, highlighting the text as it goes I kno because i searched long n hard! But needs: 1) button/slider to change speed without needing to go to menu. Pls include it with play button etc - u have the room! Many of us change speed a fair bit, because the material gets harder or easier to read. 2) Bit of an error: when u change text size substantially by zooming, the (all-important) highlight-box loses track of the text. ALSO: it wont handle dynamic pages AT ALL: where you tap a menu and new text appears in same url (locally stored, anyway!)
A Google User
Dec 16, 2014
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