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Voice RSS provides text-to-speech APIs and SDKs.

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  1. ResponsiveVoice is a HTML5-based Text-To-Speech library designed to add voice features to web sites and apps across all devices.

  2. Browsealoud is assistive technology that adds text-to-speech functionality to websites.

  3. MARY TTS is an open-source, multilingual text-to-speech synthesis system written in Java.

  4. Audio for every story, SpeechKit offers Instant audio for news using realistic voices that increase reader engagement and revenue potential. The first all-in-one toolkit for automated audio news publishing. Now with 1:1 Voice Cloning 🎉

    freemium $17.0 / Monthly (30 Audio Editions)

  5. Recite is a cloud-based web accessibility solution which includes text to speech, dyslexia software, dictionary, translation and more.

  6. Online Text to Speech by ReadSpeaker.

  7. Text to speech conversion powered by machine learning

  8. Named for a parrot, Amazon Polly is a text-to-speech (TTS) software that makes your text come to life in a natural, authentic way. The software has many lifelike voices, both male and female, and in a variety of languages.

  9. NeoSpeech offers Text-to-Speech solutions for personal users, developers and businesses.

  10. Implement speaking text feature to your app!


  12. The simplest way to listen to the web

  13. Listen to websites as you would listen to podcasts.

    paid Free Trial $4.0 / Monthly (Standard Plan (3,000 credits/month))

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Categories: Artificial Intelligence, Text-To-Speech SDKs, Natural Language Processing