6 Best Text To Speech Apps For Android To Use In 2020

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Best Text To Speech Apps

Text to speech apps were previously used for visually impaired people. However, now, people use these apps for their convenience as well. Most commonly, people use text to speech apps while traveling to listen to the news or to check a new text message instantly.

Imagine you came back home after spending hours on the computer, and now you want to read your favorite ebook or any article without tiring your eyes. It is possible with the help of a text to speech app. Most of these are based on the Google Text To Speech app preinstalled in your smartphone.

Finding the best text to speech app is not that easy as a lot of options are available on the Google Play Store. So, We have shortlisted the best free text to speech apps for you so that you can make the most out of it.

Best Text To Speech Apps For Android

  1. Narrator’s Voice
  2. Talk Free
  3. Voice Aloud Reader
  4. Pocket
  5. T2S
  6. TTS Reader

1. Narrator’s Voice

narrator's voice tts

It is one of the best text to speech apps available on the Google Play Store. The app has the ability to convert text into MP3 or MP4 format. The converted files can be shared on various social networking sites.

The app allows your phone to read what you type. In the Narrator’s Voice app, you get a number of language options for converting the text into speech. You can also test various text to speech voices to make the output funny.

The app includes some famous voices like the pink sheep voice and Cortana voice. YouTubers use the app widely to create videos with modulated voices.

Price: Premium version available for $15, you can also earn coins by watching videos in the app to get the premium version for 24 hours without paying a penny. You need 100 coins to get the premium version for a day.

2. Talk Free

talk free text to speech app

Looking for a text to speech app that has a simple and user-friendly interface? Talk Free is the best one for you then. This app can be used to read text aloud from third-party apps and also allows you to import text from the web pages you are using.

You can adjust the font size in the app by tapping on “Aa” button at the top of the home screen. The app also provides you an interface to type the stuff you want it to read out loud. The text entered once in Talk Free also gets saved, and will appear whenever you open the app.

However, at the time of testing, when the web page was shared in the app, instead of the article, the app started reading other stuff available on the web page and the same thing happened when the app was directly allowed to read the web page.

The app came on the main news after reading all the other stuff available. It is advised to all the users that if you want this app to read a web page, just copy and paste the text in the app straight away.

Price: Premium version available for $2.00

3. Voice Aloud Reader

Voice Aloud Reader text to speech app

With more than 5 million downloads on Google Play Store, Voice Aloud Reader can be regarded as the most convenient text to speech app. The app supports different text formats like PDF, DOCX, TXT, PDF EPUB, AZW, DOC, FB2 ebooks, PRC, OpenOffice Documents, and AZW.

You can also increase or decrease the narration or the playback speed in the app. The most interesting thing about the app is that it comes with a night mode and a sleep timer too.

The night mode helps in reducing the screen glare, and the sleep timer can help you in setting a time interval, after which the app will stop automatically.

Price: Free

4. Pocket

pocket text to speech app

If you have a habit of saving articles to read them later, the Pocket app should be the app you must use. You can just share the articles with the app to save them. The Pocket app will also read the articles for you whenever you want to do so.

You just need to tap the headphone icon at the top of the home screen, and the app will start reading the article for you. The one of a kind thing in the app is that is shows a lot of articles from various publishers according to the user’s interest.

The numerous articles on Pocket belonged to the National Geographic, The Verge, Harward Business Review, and a lot more options.

Price: Premium version available for $5 per month and $45 per year

5. T2S

T2S text to speech app

If you are looking for a more attractive and modern interface, the T2S can be the best option for you. The T2S app comes with a built-in web browser, which makes it stand out from the crowd. It allows the user to access web pages without any hassle of copying, pasting, or sharing the link.

Another significant feature in the app is copy-to-speak. Under this feature, a pop-up button on the screen is shown. Whenever you copy text from any other app and tap the speak button, it will instantly start reading the text. T2S also allows you to share the saved audio with other people.

The app also comes with a compatibility mode which can be switched on from the settings if the app is not displaying the necessary notifications. The only drawback of the app is that it takes a lot of time to open an external PDF file or any external file.

Price: Premium version available for $2.00

6. TTS Reader

librera TTS Reader app

Librera’s TTS Reader app can be an excellent solution for all your text to speech requirements. The app is compatible with BlueTooth headsets, and you can sync your Google Drive with the app to let it access important files and read text aloud for you.

The TTS Reader app also features the night mode and categorizes the available content in different tabs, including Library, Folder, Favorites, Network, Preferences, and Bookmarks.

You can save the audio in the WAV file format and share the web pages to let the app read out loud for you. TTS Reader is one of the most customizable text to speech apps available on the list.

Price: The premium version of TTS Reader Pro is available on the Google Play Store for $3.49

Best Text To Speech Apps For You

The above-mentioned text to speech apps can read text aloud from the relevant documents, current news in case of any emergency, and they can read your favorite ebook for you too.

All the apps mentioned in the list feature a simple yet attractive user interface. They are completely tried and tested so you can select the most appropriate text to speech app according to your preference.

We update our lists on a regular basis and add the best apps available, so don’t forget to keep checking the list for newer apps after a while.

Nishit Raghuwanshi

Nishit Raghuwanshi

A Journalism grad from Lucknow who loves writing tech news. Interested in the latest smartphones, apps, mobile gaming, and general tech. When he’s not busy covering tech developments, you can find him writing or performing rap somewhere in Delhi.

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