TTSReader is an exclusive software program at helps its users to hear an on-screen text loudly in a range of automated computerized voice. It is freeware and can be downloaded in a hassle free manner. This software supports all SAPI4 and SAPI5 voices as well as non English voices and creates a great advantage for users who are non-native speakers of English languages. However TTSReader offers some more advantageous features for its users and it is worth leaning before downloading this free software for your personal use as text converter.
The main features of this text to converter are manifold. Some of these features are spontaneous user interface design, highlighting of currently selected text, compatibility of WAV, MP3, it has adaptable settings provisions, correction of pronunciations, and it has support for rich text format. The software has provision for skipping sentences or certain paragraphs for reading, auto-reading feature from clipboard, which is a wonderful advantage for vision challenged readers or listeners. By default the reading process supports global hotkeys and can accommodate with control tags. The latest version of TTSReader is 1.3 versions.
The latest version has added toolbar feature and it can read clipboard hotkey. This free ware is a wonderful alternative of popular text to speech converters like Spekaonia, Ultra Hal Text-to-Speech Reader, and Sayz me, etc. This program is compatible with operating systems like Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7/8.It is absolutely bug-free and has no chance to get system tweaked by its installation. TTSReader’s file gets downloaded in a zip file version and can be extracted to a file folder according to the choice of the user. The entire file size of the freeware is 2.29MB. This software is developed by SPheNet. Apart from Sam the program supports Anna Engines of Vista. The program has the ability to get minimized in tray.