Google’s Text-To-Speech App Replaces The Built-In Option

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Google’s Text-To-Speech App Replaces The Built-In Option

Google has released its text-to-speech engine to the Play Store, which means you can now download it on any supported device. The primary benefit is that if you weren’t particularly fond of the robotic-sounding voice on devices like Samsung’s Galaxy lineup, you can install and replace the default engine.

As Android Police points out, you can accomplish this on the Note 3 by heading to Settings -> Controls -> Language and input -> Text-to-speech options. Your own device options may vary.

Google Text-to-Speech [Google Play Store via The Verge, Android Police]

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  • Can somebody please explain to me why in the screenshot (and on a Galaxy Note that we have), that English is not one of the supported languages?

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