Turn Your Smartphone into the Perfect Speaker with Google’s New Feature

Written by Camilla Jessen

Jun.20 - 2024 11:57 AM CET

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Google introduces a new feature.

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Google has introduced a new feature that helps with reading aloud, turning your smartphone into a personal speaker.

This tool is designed to improve accessibility and user experience for anyone who needs help reading content on their devices.


According to the tech magazine Chip, this feature is part of Google’s mission to make technology accessible to everyone.

It uses advanced text-to-speech technology to read aloud from web pages, e-books, and other text-based media, making digital content easier to access.

You can easily activate this feature with a simple tap. It’s customizable, allowing you to choose different voices and speeds to suit your preferences.

This is especially helpful for people with visual impairments or reading difficulties.

How It Works

Once enabled, you can highlight text on your screen, and the device will read it aloud. This works in any app that supports text selection, including browsers, e-book readers, and document viewers.

Google's advanced AI technology ensures that the reading sounds natural and smooth. You can adjust the voice settings and speed to fit your needs.

This feature isn’t just for those with visual or reading disabilities.

It’s also great for multitasking or for anyone who prefers listening to content.

For example, you can listen to news articles, blogs, or reports while commuting or doing other tasks.