Oftentimes we remain preoccupied with more imminent tasks in hand to be completed first before we get adequate time to pick up the smartphone for reading an important text. My assumption may differ in your case; however, I am one of those that rarely checks his inbox during the day.
Eventually, I would skim through my inbox every night before falling asleep. However, as my brain slowly dissipates energy after hitting the bed, the texts remain unanswered, forever.
Those are the moments that always make me look and activate the read aloud feature. So scroll down to find out how.
The first thing is to ensure that the Google app’s text-to-speech is installed on your device. The next step is to go to:
You are likely to find the speech bubble icon on top of the screen. So either tap on a specific portion of the text or brush your finger against the screen for the information to be heard.
Being an Android user, finding out about iOS’s “read-aloud” service was never an option for me until my best friend found out that I was listening to an e-book through my Amazon Echo. My best friend, on the other hand, has no intention to switch to Android; as a result, my search began once again on how to activate the read aloud feature on iOS.
iPhones, on the other hand, offer two options called Speak Selection or Speak Screen that you can activate by:
Settings> General Accessibility
Speech with speak selection allows the users to select a particular text first before making an iPhone speak. Apple has made the whole process quite simpler than that of Android. A user simply needs to swipe down the screen from above using two fingers for listening to everything that appears on the screen.
I hope the information given above has served your purpose well, or at least, it now enables the lazy ones to simply hear using the voice based command support.
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