5 Best Websites to Convert Text into Human Sounding Speech

Want to convert text into multi-language speech, then let your computer to read for you and produce human sounding speech that you can also listen on your portable media by uploading audio files onto them.

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There are number of free software programs and online text to speech services which converts text documents and even web pages to human sounding voices in multi-languages. Most of the premium text to speech online services are paid however, they may offers you demos and free trials of their text to speech service to convert a short text into speech.

But, there are also some free services which provides better and worst quality of human voices to convert text into speech and, it’s not worth of converting text documents or any short or long text to speech which you can not understand. Reason is simple, because it makes you more tired to understand a worst speech. So, here is 5 online free text to speech services with human sounding voices for better listening experience.

ImTranslator (imtranslator.net/translate-and-speak/)


ImTranslator provides free translator, dictionary and text-to-speech online tools. Their translate and speak is best all in one speech synthesizer that let you convert onscreen text into speech and translate text from 52 languages into 10 voice supported languages. You can also modify the speed of voice and even create an audio link to send a voiced message.

It’s a best synthesizer to convert some text to speech as well as translate to another languages.

PEDIAPHON (www.pediaphon.org/~bischoff/radiopedia/sprich_en.html)


PEDIAPHON is a Wikipedia powered online text-to-speech synthesizer that converts Wikipedia pages to speech. You just have to enter the search term of the page and it automatically converts the whole Wikipedia page to sounding speech for you. You can also convert the text to speech by drag and drop the text into the form and can download the converted audio files for later listening.

There is also a Firefox integration that let you instantly convert text to speech from web pages. For more info visit here.

YAKiToMe! (www.yakitome.com/tts/index)


YAKiToMe is a free text-to-speech online service that outputs you a premium human sounding speech from your text documents. You can convert PDF, TXT, DOC files to human sounding speech using YAKiToMe free online synthesizer. They also let you download converted audio file so that you can listen offline at anytime, anywhere.

TTSREADER – FREE TEXT TO SPEECH READER (https://ttsreader.com/)

TTSREADER can read out TEXT, PDFS, ebooks and websites into the language of your choice. Auto save feature allows to save the state between sessions, so you can come back and play from where you stopped, also automatically upload current text & position to cloud for non interrupted user experience.

iSpeech (www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech)


We can say iSpeech is the leader in speech solutions. They provides number of speech services from speech APIs and SDKs to Mobile Apps, speech solutions for developer, individuals and businesses.

You can convert text into speech at iSpeech for free. Just enter you email address and start to listen, download or podcast you speech. You can even share the speech with a link.

ZAMZAR (www.zamzar.com/index.php)


ZAMZAR is more than just a speech synthesizer, it let you convert files into 100s of file formats – text-to-speech is one of them. You can convert large files (upto 100MB) within minutes. They will send the download link of converted audio files to you email address.

To convert a text document to speech, just upload the text files (check the formats here) select conversion format, enter your email address and click convert. You can also convert webpages by entering the URL of the web page. Now download the audio file from the download link in the email.

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    1. I have dyslexia. Could text to speech software help me read?

      Yes, absolutely. And some of them are free – others are a program to purchase. The first link below allows you to type and have it read back – immediately – and the voice is quite natural. There’s are two articles below that reviews ten different text…