The Internet offers numerous text-to-speech applications. But often you do not have any options to control the computerized voice that gives a voice to the words you type. An exception to this rule is the web app called LaloLi.
LaloLi is a free to use web service that helps you create audio messages. You make these messages by typing in your words and the application speaks them out loud in a computerized voice. Unlike other similar text-to-speech apps, LalolLi gives you control over the voice’s specifications such as amplitude, pitch, speed, and word gap.
The play button can be used to hear what you just typed with the new settings. When you type in the words, the site URL is updated in the address bar; you can copy it from there and share it with your friends; alternatively you can click on the Twitter, Facebook, BitLy, and Google+ buttons to share the link with your friends.
- A user-friendly web service.
- Lets you create audio messages.
- Lets you modify the computerized voice.
- Lets you share audio messages online.
- Similar tools: To Me By Me, WagWire, Utterz and Recordr.
Check out LaloLi @ www.lalo.li