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We get requests for speech-enabling web sites and mobile apps from all different kinds of places. To fill these demands we offer a large (and growing) panel of languages and voices available for the text to speech online requirements of our customers.

  • To date we propose 50+ languages and 150 voices!
  • There is a big majority of female voices with 54 of them versus 34 male voices.
  • The most represented language in terms of voices is the English one with a total of 13 voices (6 US English voices, 5 UK English voices, 1 Scottish English voice and 1 Australian English voice)) followed by Spanish with 7 voices (4 Spanish Castilian, 3 Spanish American), Dutch with 7 voices, French and German with 5 voices each.
  • Did you know that we propose 2 variants of Norwegian: Bokmål (used by 85 to 90% of the Norwegian population) and Nynorsk.
  • Apart from Spanish, we also have available Catalan, Valencian, Galician and Basque. Did you know that in the Catalan, Balearic Islands, Valencian, Basque, Navarra and Galician areas of Spain, only a part of the population is Spanish speaking only.
  • If you have web sites and/or mobiles apps in Arabic, we can provide you with a choice of 4 voices (2 female and 2 male). We also have 3 Turkish voices. Did you know that the earliest known Arabic texts go back to the 8th century BC.
  • For web sites in Eastern Europe (as defined per the United Nations), we cover Czech, Romanian, Polish and Russian.
  • Did you know that we also propose Faroese and Finland Swedish. The latter is a combination of Swedish dialects spoken by Swedish-speaking Finnish in Finland.
  • We also have Welsh known as Cymraeg in its native writing.
  • Did you know that as many as 15% words differ between Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese, 2 languages that we also have in our portfolio.