Would you like to relax your tired eyes? What if you could convert any written text into spoken words? What about running a PowerPoint presentation and also have a narration of the text on your slides? Would you be interested in a list of 18 Free Text to Speech Tools?
The following list includes 18 Free Text to Speech tools that you will love! Most of them are user friendly and some of them need to be installed at your browser. But the most awesome about these TTS tools is that they are all Free!
Listen to your web. After Announcify conquered Android™ phones, it’s now here to announcify your life at Google Chrome. Announcify reads out loud every website you want. For example, if you’re too tired but still need to study one more Wikipedia entry, Announcify can help your tired eyes relax.
Balabolka is a Text-To-Speech (TTS) program. All computer voices installed on your system are available to Balabolka. The on-screen text can be saved as a WAV, MP3, MP4, OGG or WMA file. The program can read the clipboard content, view the text from AZW, CHM, DjVu, DOC, EPUB, FB2, HTML, LIT, MOBI, ODT, PRC, PDF and RTF files, customize font and background color, control reading from the system tray or by the global hotkeys.
- Chrome Speak
Chrome Speak (App Version), select the text and right-click to speak with offline tts engine, TTS (text to speech). Chrome speak provides native support for speech on Windows (using SAPI 5), Mac OS X, and Chrome OS, using speech synthesis capabilities provided by the operating system. On all platforms, the user can install extensions that register themselves as alternative speech engines.