The Spanish National Library just added online text to speech to its online documents. This follows the speech-enabling of its website last October. This is the latest example of how content owners are increasingly looking to customize how they want speech to interact with online text. The first step is usually for content owners to add speech to their websites. This can be customized in different ways like:

This is customization at the web page level. Then content owners, like the Spanish National Library, also want to go deeper and provide their users with an audio access to online documents. Document formats like PDF have their own structure and we provide a specific reading and viewing solution to that effect. Another aspect of customization involves the speech-enabling of forms. This provides end users with a voice service helping them to fill out online forms. Customers can now adapt how they want online speech services to be integrated to their content.