Text to Speech

September 22nd in Wordpress Plugins by .

Plenty of people prefer listening to articles instead of reading them. Thanks to plugins like ResponsiveVoice, you can add voice to your site. This text-to-speech plugin allows your visitors to listen to any post or page with the tap of a button.

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April 8th in Wordpress Plugins by .

So you would like your visitors to be able to listen to your content? Spoken Word for WordPress can help. It comes with easy playback controls, read-along highlighting, and customizable speech speed and pitch settings. You can add pauses along the way to offer a better experience to your visitors.

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January 1st in Wordpress Plugins by .

In a perfect world, your readers would have time to read each and every one your posts carefully. We don’t live in that world. Some of your readers may not even be able to keep up with your posts at work. Giving them the option to listen to your posts instead is an idea worth trying. We have tested plenty of text to speech solutions for WordPress in the past. These 3 plugins provide your visitors with an audio version of your posts:

soundgeck

SoundGecko: one of my favorite text to speech services for websites. This plugin adds the SoundGecko Listen button to your posts. You can change its size, text, and placement. [click to continue…]

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