Speaki – Voice Notifications – Read aloud your notifications by android's Text-to-Speech capabilities.

Speaki - Voice Notifications

Read aloud your notifications by android's Text-to-Speech capabilities.

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Speaki read aloud your notifications by android’s Text-to-Speech capabilities.

+ Smart – trying to read only the relevant text from your notification.
+ Selection – select which apps would you like Speaki to read aloud.
+ Speak Output – protect your privacy and control when Speaki should read.
+ Read content – read aloud full notification content (beside title and summary).
+ Caller ID – speak caller ID on incoming call.
+ Stop – while Speaki is speaking you can make him stop by turning the screen on/off or by pressing the stop/play button on your headset.
+ No interruption during phone calls.
+ Quick enable/disable switch.

– Speaki can read you text only if you have Text-To-Speech which support the text language.
– You can either use the default Text-To-Speech (TTS) engine, already built-in your mobile phone or any other TTS engine you find and download from the Google play store.
– The following languages supported by Google Text-to-speech: Bengali (Bangladesh), Cantonese (Hong Kong), Danish, Dutch, English (Australia), English (India), English (United Kingdom), English (United States), Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin (China), Mandarin (Taiwan), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Spain), Spanish (United States), Thai and Turkish.

You are more than welcome to request new features or report bugs.

See detail information and download apk file for android: https://goo.gl/YVQVrU


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