Browser Tip : Your Browser Can Talk!
Tried of reading eye-straining long articles on the Web like a Wikipedia article? If yes, then try listening to them using vozMe. This service converts text-to-speech almost instantly and helps you listen to an article in a soft voice which can help you to understand the article without straining your precious eyes.
Here’s how you do it…
1. Head to http://via.parithi.com/mbWP3P.
2. You could see two voices (Male and Female) in the bottom. Drag the desired voice link to your Bookmarks Toolbar and Click Save or Ok when asked. (If you can’t see the Bookmarks Toolbar, check if its enabled in the View > Toolbars Menu depending on your browser).
3. You’re all set for reading the text now. Head to any site you wish to read out, select the text with your mouse and click on the ‘VozMe’ Bookmark-let you saved in your Bookmarks Toolbar.
4. And Wallah! You must be hearing your text in voice in your speakers now.
Works on all Platforms, no extra software needed. Internet Connection Required.
Bookmarks are referred to as Favorites in Internet Explorer. Other similar online services are also available.
Hope this helps you in some way and maybe even prevent you from falling asleep while reading long passages…