Many people were disappointed when Amazon removed text-to-speech features in their Kindle ebook readers, but the company has now announced that it’s Amazon Echo device will reintroduce the feature. This comes as a welcome surprise. Amazon Echo is a small, Internet-connected device that provides you with information when you talk to it. It can also perform a variety of smart-home tasks if your home is set up in such a manner. The new text-to-speech offering makes it an even more valuable asset in the home. Simple voice commands will allow it to begin reading a majority of the Kindle ebooks in your library, though not every single publisher supports text-to-speech features. This news shows that Amazon has not abandoned text-to-speech technology and that it could continue to advance in the future.
Read the full article here: Amazon Echo Can Now Read Kindle eBooks Using Text to Speech
Latest posts by Robert (see all)
- Shelfari’s Shelf Life Has Expired - January 21, 2016
- How To Overcome The Discoverability Obstacle - January 21, 2016
- Want To Be An Author? Stop Making Excuses And Prepare To Struggle - January 21, 2016
- How To Find The Proper Pricing For Your Ebook - January 20, 2016
- Treat Your Hands And Wrists Right With These Health Tips - January 20, 2016