Recently, Google has made available many of it’s apps on the Play Store. Google have added another app to the increasing list – Google Text-to-Speech.

Google Text-to-Speech is a very handy app which will read aloud the books, help in translations and much more. It also allows TalkBack and other accessibility applications for spoken feedback to operate.

Previously, Google Text-to-Speech was integrated into the phone. While some manufactures like Samsung use their own text-to-speech engine, Google Text-to-Speech can be found pre-installed in the Nexus devices.

By making it available on the Google Play Store, it becomes easier for Google to push out updates to the Google Text-to-Speech app.

The only change that can be found in the Google Text-to-Speech on the Play Store is the support for the Korean language. But more updates are expected in future.

Google Text-to-Speech is available on the Play Store for free. It is 9.9MB in size and it requires Android 4.0.3 and higher. To enable Google Text-to-Speech, go to Settings >> Language and Input.

Download Google Text-to-Speech from here.

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