We get a lot of questions about the usefulness of our products and who our end-users are. A common misconception is that users must have some kind of impairment to get any benefit from our products. But speech-enabling online content responds to different needs and improves the user experience for a wide variety of users. Typical usage includes:

  • Accessibility
    • Limited literacy skills
    • Visual impairments
    • Dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities
    • Foreign-born
  • Learning and Assistance
    • Foreign languages
    • Online learners
    • Vocal assistance for forms
    • Teaching and learning aid
  • Comfort and Convenience
    • Seniors
    • Mobile devices
    • On the go
    • Not convenient to read
    • Multitasking
    • Personal preference

Speech-enabling online content makes it more accessible and user-friendly for those with reading difficulties or vision problems or those who simply have a different mother tongue. Online text to speech can also be used as a teaching and/or learning aid, both in the classroom and online. It helps with pronunciation and understanding of foreign languages. And for those who need it, it helps develop their reading skills in their own language. Accessing online content is more comfortable and convenient when users have the possibility to listen to the text. Not everyone is sitting behind a computer screen. And not everyone is comfortable behind a computer screen. Whatever the situation, wherever they are, online text to speech gives users a new and easy way to access online content.