Here is the great news! Share to Speech was awarded on Microsoft Windows 8.1 Developer Contest.
Share to Speech is introducing support for text files, mostly important Microsoft Word and PowerPoint files. This is the first Windows 8 app that introduces support for reading those files aloud and converting them to MP3, and it does not stop there but also features complete system integration and experience you got used from Share to […]No Comments. Continue Reading...
The Release 14 of Share to Speech adds one important feature: Instant Paragraph Player. It is enabled by default and brings two important benefits: Speeches now start nearly instantly as no MP3 of the whole text is generated Timeline is divided into paragraphs, so moving down the timeline won’t put you in the middle of the sentence […]
I was thinking about what would be a perfect hardware companion for Share to Speech, and after some thinking I am pretty sure it is Microsoft Surface Pro 2. Here is the list of reasons why it is better than many other devices: It has USB ports – if you create MP3s it is likely that […]
Share to Speech just got its 11th release in Windows Store. The first new thing you’ll see is that the articles you Share to this app now have images from them as their background, making app even more beautiful. Here is how it looks: Get it at Windows store.