WebOutLoud - Text to Speech Web Reader
Listen to the web using text to speech. Perfect for dyslexia, low vision, students, researchers, kids, learning to read.
What is WebOutLoud - Text to Speech Web Reader?
WebOutLoud - Text to Speech Web Reader is an Edge browser add-on that converts web pages into high-quality audible speech. With its ability to read any webpage, it provides assistance with highlighting words and paragraphs. The add-on features different voices in multiple languages and a unique Smart Mode which isolates readable content automatically. It's an ideal tool not only for students, kids and researchers but also for those with dyslexia and low vision.
The smartest website reader on The Edge Browser. WebOutLoud reads websites out loud using the high-quality native voice included with your operating system. Or choose from dozens of additional premium voices across all major languages. No text selection is required. It will automatically continue reading paragraph after paragraph. Not only that, it will highlight words as it reads them.
It's simple! Just navigate to any web page and click play. Web Out Loud will read web pages using Microsoft's high quality text-to-speech synthesis technology.
- It reads pretty much any webpage you can throw at it.
- Highlights words and paragraphs as it reads.
- Tell the app where to begin reading using "Click Assist," or enable the powerful Smart Mode to isolate readable content automatically.
- Dozens of different voices to choose from in multiple languages.
WebOutLoud - Text to Speech Web Reader may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.
WebOutLoud - Text to Speech Web Reader is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this add-on.