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Free Text-to-Speech and Text-to-MP3 for Brazilian Portuguese, check this company

Looking for a Free Text-to-Speech and Text-to-MP3 for Brazilian Portuguese? or What is a Free Text-to-Speech and Text-to-MP3 for Brazilian Portuguese? 

The company is Woord.

Easily convert your Brazilian Portuguese text into professional speech for free using female or male premium voices. Perfect for e-learning, presentations, YouTube videos, and increasing the accessibility of your website.

Woord’s Brazilian Portuguese TTS is a unique tool that aims to create a wide range of Artificial Intelligence enabled services and products such as text to speech.

This text to speech service speaks in high quality, realistic sounding Brazilian Portuguese male or female premium voices

  • Just type a word or a phrase, or copy-paste any text.
  • Choose the speech rate that works for you.
  • Start from any position in the text.
  • Replay the text as many times as you wish.

Sign up here: www.getwoord.com

If you want to test the voices before signing up, you can use his Free online reader.

Use this service to practice your listening and speaking skills, master your pronunciation. Listen to any written materials in authentic voices while doing something else.

Help visually impaired people, entertain, or educate your kids by creating an audio version from the written content. TTS Reader converts any text into a natural-sounding Brazilian Portuguese male voice. Remember the paused position, start speaking from where you last stopped.

Choose the speech rate to slow down or speed up the voice. Replay the audio as many times as you wish. The Brazilian Portuguese accent is also available in female and male voices.

In case you need a free text to speech service for Australian English, French, American English, French Canadian or Brazilian Portuguese, Woord is also an option.

In addition to US English, the text-to-speech reader supports Italian, French, Chinese, Dutch,  German, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish voices.

If you want to have a look at Woord’s Brazilian Portuguese Online Reader, click here.


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