Google’s Text-to-Speech app isn’t exactly one that grabs headlines, but it’s certainly useful for those who rely on it. Today it gets a little more useful as Google has added a handful of languages for its speech output support. The latest update adds support for selecting and speaking text in Dutch, Polish, and Russian, and better support for at least some dialects of English spoken in India has been added as well.
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Google’s Text-To-Speech App Gains Support For Dutch, Polish, Russian, And Indian-English In 3.1 Update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.