Google Text-to-Speech brings Support for Canadian French, Javanese and other Languages

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On an Android device, Google has a lot of its services that we don’t even notice. One such service or functionality is called as Text-to-Speech. Whether it comes to Play Store or any other service Google always prefer rolling out rapid updates to the apps and services. Text-to-Speech also received frequent updates which further adds to its functionality. This time as well the service has received some new features which we think you should be aware of. So without making any delay let’s know more about it.

In general, this Text-to-Speech functionality is used for translation and accessibility services. It is a screen reader application developed by Google and basically comes into use for visually impaired persons. In January it has received a new update that brings support for Estonian, Romanian, and Slovak languages. In October update it has received support for the Filipino and Greek languages. Text-to-Speech has just received a new update which brings support for a couple of languages including Canadian French, Javanese, and Sudanese.

Along with the addition of these new languages, Google has also added some Talkback voices which can come handy to a user. For more Android updates stay tuned to GoAndroid. You can download the updated version of Google Text-to-Speech from the Play Store.

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