Pocket is one of our favourite services for saving articles to read later, but the iOS app was missing a killer feature Android users have had for a while: text-to-speech. That has changed with an update for the Pocket app on iPhones and iPads.
With Text-to-Speech, you can listen to any of your saved articles, and even start wherever you like in the article. You can even skip paragraphs and change the reading speed if you want to get through your backlog faster. It automatically detects the language too, so you can listen to your articles in all languages. To use Text-to-Speech, open an article of your choice and tap the the button with three dots; then, select Listen (TTS). You can download Pocket, or update to the new version (5.6.7), here in the iOS App Store.
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