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How to switch between reading and listening in Kindle apps
But now Amazon is bringing support for text-to-speech back to the Kindle lineup with the launch of a new Kindle Audio Adapter. Plug the USB connector into the port on your Kindle, connect a set of headphones or speakers, and you can use the new VoiceView feature. VoiceView at least gives another option for listening to books rather than reading them. While Amazon is positioning the new Kindle Audio Adapter and VoiceView system as a bundle for visually impaired readers, I can imagine that the tech will appeal to plenty of other people who would at least occasionally prefer listening over reading. Update : You can also build your own DIY adapter. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Amazon's newly updated apps for Android and iOS support instant switching between text and narration. Here's how to make that switch.
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Copying a book into a text-to-speech program
Last updated on June 9th, 14 Comments. Text-to-speech is one of the features that sets Kindle books apart from the likes of Kobo and Nook. But not all Kindle devices and apps support text-to-speech. Kindle ebook readers used to support TTS. There are some workarounds, however. With the Kindle for Android app you can use TalkBack , an accessibility app for Android devices designed to read screen content aloud.