Google always keeps working on its Google board like changing its background and expanding the UI of the keypad. Text-to-speech (TTS) and speech-to-text features for Android apps are provided by the Speech Services by Google. Now, Google is releasing a major TTS audio quality enhancement for 64-bit Android devices. With this update Android text-to-speech is more clear, more natural voices with a significant side-by-side quality increase boosted also. This enhancement’s caused by a new voice model and synthesizer of 64-bit devices.
Google updated its 421 voices across 67 languages. EN-US in particular also benefits from a new default voice that’s built using fresher speaker data. When the company collaborates with the main TTS update, they get a huge improvement. Google developers already use the Android TTS, and the Speech Services by Google engine don’t have to do anything to get the upgrade as everything will happen behind the scenes as your users will have automatically downloaded the latest update.
This update will be rolling out to all 64-bit Android devices via the Google Play Store over the next few weeks as a part of the Speech Services by Google apk. If you are concerned your users have not updated this yet, you can check for the minimum version code,210390644 on the package com.google.android.tts.
As per the Play Store listing, Speech Services TTS is leveraged by:
With Google Play Books feature users can “Read Aloud” their favorite book. Google Translate to speak translations aloud so you can hear the pronunciation of a word Talkback and accessibility applications for spoken feedback across your device. Besides all these features, there are many other applications in the Play Store.
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