iPlayText is a cool app that can play text as a podcast. It works with Wikipedia articles or you can upload your own text and have the app read it outloud for you. This is especially helpful for learners with special needs and those with visual impairment. It is also a good option to try when you want to give your eyes a break from the constant exposure to screen light.
iPlayText supports a wide variety of languages including Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, Turkish, and many more. Other features provided by the app include: the ability to access and use the app offline, select from a wide variety of voices, customize the playback speed, select your favourite voice for each language, and more.
iPlayText, which I discovered. through Apps Gone Free, is on sale today. It is free and only for a limited period of time. You may want to give it a try and share with us your impressions on the blog’s social media profiles. Watch the video below to see the app in action.
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