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Free Reading Aloud Websites For Digital Ebooks

Would you like to convert your Ebook into an audiobook? It turns out it’s pretty easy! With a web-based text to speech tool, you can have any of your digital Ebooks read aloud.

Text to speech, also known as TTS, is a “read-aloud” technology. What does it mean? Well, clearly it states TTS reads the content out loud to people for them to listen to it instead of reading it. To do it, it has to produce artificial human speech (speech synthesis) by converting any text into audio. But, don’t worry! Due to technological developments, text to speech sounds like a real person instead of a robot.

In the last years, these gadgets have acquired an important part in people’s lives. They are no longer a useful tool only for those with speech, reading and visual impairments. Nowadays, text to speech is a practical ally for multitaskers, marketing teams, students, lazy readers and anyone who requires to hear information.

Therefore, TTS is more than capable of reading your digital Ebooks aloud for you while you are cooking, running, commuting or lying on the bed or the sofa. So, if you want to enjoy your novels as an audiobook, you can utilise any of the following websites. The best part is they are free.

Woord

Woord offers superb synthetic sounds that seem like authentic human speaking. You can listen to your Ebook in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Russian, Turkish, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Arabic, Dutch, Norwegian, Korean, Polish, Swedish, and other languages among a selection of 28 tongues, including some regional variations, and 50 different –male, female, and unisex– voices.

Additionally, users have broader audio options than only language and gender. Advanced settings in this software adjust factors like speed and device profile. Furthermore, the exceptional SSML editor can arrange tone, breaths, and phonemes, among other characteristics. Woord‘s free plan, which includes all of these (and more) functionalities, allows you to convert pdf, txt, doc(x), pages, odt, ppt(x), ods, non-DRM epub, jpeg and png files into two audios and 20,000 characters every month.

FreeTTS

Free TTS also has high-quality audio, thanks to Google Machine Learning. This web platform supports around 25 languages, with each language having one to four voices. Consequently, it is a great option for converting text or Ebook files.

Moreover, its user interface is simple to use and demands no registration. Free TTS can convert up to 5,000 characters of text into audio, and you can use 6,000 characters each week at no cost. Once you get the output, you may download it in a .mp3 format.

Text-To-Speech Tool

Text-To-Speech Tool employs voices from well-known suppliers such as Amazon Polly and Microsoft TTS. As a result, the programme produces high-quality results. Not to mention the service supports 18 languages with varying numbers of voices. Volume, rate, and pitch are all controls. If you want to save the result, mp3s are also accessible. 

Overall, Text-To-Speech Tool‘s website is straightforward. It leads you directly to the voice generation platform. And, apart from being completely free,  there doesn’t appear to be a character restriction for the text. Thus, you should be able to paste every word of your Ebook into the text box without a problem.

Which one is your favourite for having your digital Ebooks read aloud? Let us know in the comments!

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