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Published by:

Ronen Rabinovici




07. 03. 2016




4.3 and up
The most popular text-reader online - - now available for Android.

Super simple to use, yet professional text-to-speech.
Instantly reads out loud any text with natural sounding voices

TTSReader remembers the article and last position when paused, even if you exit the app. This way, you can come back to listening right where you previously left.

Ideal for listening to articles while driving, travelling, exercising, working and more.

Natural sounding voices & light-weight, as it uses your native text-to-speech engine.
Reads websites. Share websites with TTSReader directly from your browser, to read them out loud,
Full Offline support. Once you have the language downloaded (most devices have their default language downloaded by default) - and you have your text, TTSReader works completely offline.
That means you save tons of data roaming charges, and you can listen to text even without reception.
Control speech-speed.
Remembers your text and position between sessions.
Move the caret to start from different text-locations.
Highlights currently spoken text.
Auto-scrolls to show current text on screen.
Export text to audio files (limit to ~800 words per file).
Share audio files (try to share reading in different accents, it's fun :) )
Reads text with different accents - try it out - it's really funny. E.g. - let it read English text with a Russian voice. Then share it with friends.
Control speech rate.
And much more.

If it doesn't work - first of all check your media-volume level. It's probably on mute (use your device's buttons).
Second - make sure you have the necessary voice/language downloaded, as we use your devices languages & voices.
If it doesn't recognise a website it might be because it redirects to a different address. Try to use the "http://" prefix (or "https://") in the website address if you haven't. Use full website address. If that doesn't work, simply paste the text from the website.

While working, or driving, listen to interesting articles and books
TTSReader is really helpful for busy people who want to be able to listen to written content while doing something else.
For instance - you can listen to whole Wikipedia articles (just copy-paste them to here, or share directly from the browser), or to some documents you need to study for work or personal education.

Saves you tons of mobile data traffic and charges
Regular podcast apps consume a ton of data, as long audio files are also large in size. Contrary to that, TTSReader uses text to speech engines, which are built in your mobile system.

Educational & Occupational for Kids
Kids love hearing good stories, and it's also great for their development. Nothing can come close to mommy or daddy reading the bed time story. But, with TTSReader you can now let them listen to additional stories on top of those that mommy & daddy read them. Try it, our feedback is that kids love it!

Aid for people with difficulties in reading
People with difficulties in reading (regular or temporal), but don't want to compromise self-developing utilize TTSReader as their helper.

Narrating & dubbing movies, presentations & more
Simply type the text you need narrated in the required language (you can translate it first via Google-Translate) - click the Export button - to record the output speech to an audio file.
You've just created your professional - sounding audio file in any language.

Privacy: We at value your privacy, and that's why we do not store anything you type or in fact any other data about you.

*Background smartphone image, edited based on image by GadgetsGuy and GalaxyOptimus collage. - Derivative work from [1], [2], and [3], CC BY-SA 3.0,

For additional info & feedback, please contact us at [email protected],
For TTSReader for PCs, iOS (on Safari), desktops, laptops, go to

Enjoy listening!