Types of Text to Speech Converters
Everyone is starting to learn what a text to speech converter is, but they do not realize that there are so many different versions. Most companies just call themselves the general name, but not all text to speech converters are the same.
I am going to point out some of the major types of text to speech converters that exist, and hopefully, after you finish you will have a better understanding of the industry and what companies are actually offering.
Offers MP3 Download
A pretty popular form of a text to speech converter is one that has an mp3 download available. It makes for great user experience and is pretty easy to understand, even for people that are challenged by technology greatly.
Web Browser Based
Another form of a text to speech converter is one that is just a website that you open with a web browser. Typically, these tend to be the most basic text to speech converters because they are just in a web browser.
The niche that should use something like this is if you need a converter very sparingly and you do not want to customize anything or have natural voices to choose from. The good news about the web browser versions is that most are free, so you will be saving money there.
But keep in mind that if you want to be more advanced and do more customizing, then you should go for something a bit more elite.
The third type of text to speech converter is one that is desktop software. It goes without saying that since you have to actually download this, it will probably be much more advanced than something from a web browser.
In that regard though, you might have to pay to access and download something as advanced as desktop software, so be prepared to get your checkbook ready!
The last category that I will mention is actually mobile apps that are text to speech converters. They are just coming onto the market in the last 5 years or so, and some companies are really producing an amazing product.
Some of the best ones are premium and do have a small price, but it is totally worth it in my opinion. Depending on whether you are Android or Apple, you will be able to also find free versions that might suit your needs just fine.
Hopefully, these 4 types of text to speech converters have educated you and will help steer you in the direction of what you want to use in the future. Before you can shop around, you need to know what type of converter you want and what features you want the most!
Lastly, you need to account for the price and make sure that it is in your budget.
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