The 7 Best Text-to-Speech Apps for Android

Every Android user should keep a text-to-speech app handy. You don’t need to have a vision impairment to enjoy the benefits.
For example, they’ll let you listen to the news on your morning commute, catch up with new text messages in bed, or even enjoy your favorite ebooks without looking at the screen.
But which Android text-to-speech apps are the best? Keep reading to find out.
1. Android’s Native Text-to-Speech Feature Android has lots of accessibility tools that make the phone easier to use. One of the tools is a native text-to-speech function.
The feature has fewer customizable settings than some of its competitors. You can adjust the speech rate and pitch and install additional languages—that’s it.
To change the text-to-speech settings, head to Settings > Personal > Language and input > Speech > Text-to-speech output.
Android’s text-to-speech feature automatically works with other Google apps that offer a read aloud feature. For all other apps, you’ll need to enable Select-t..

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