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How to Use Text-to-Speech on Kindle
This function allows your Kindle to read books to you. To access this feature, getting a TTS-enabled book is the first thing, and the second is to get a device supporting TTS. Not all Kindle books support TTS, yet most of them do. These apps could read to you all the ebooks, web pages and documents on your smartphones. I strongly suggest that every Android user keep one in handy. Part 1. Use Text-to-Speech on Kindle e-reader older model Part 2.
If you own a smartphone and love reading books, then you'll want the Kindle app, which solves the issue of carrying paper books and gives you instant access to where you last left off while reading. Thanks to the innovative nature of technology, text-to-speech capabilities exist that allow you to listen to your e-books even while driving or on the go. If you already have the Kindle app installed, it still needs the added functionality of a third-party app. Examples here use Google Text-to-Speech. Select "Start Text-to-Speech" from the Menu option. The voice will begin to read the book's text out aloud. Ryan Goodrich has been writing technology and technical articles for a vareity of online and service-based companies since