YakiToMe: Convert Text Files to Speech

Kaly (Arslan Esengulov) 22-04-2008

YakiToMe is a web-based text to speech application that allows you to convert text files to MP3 or WAV audio files which can be later downloaded and played on your MP3 player. It is a great free service for converting practically anything into voice and listen to it on the go. It is also possible to playback converted text files online. Convert RSS feeds, word documents, ebooks etc.


YakiToMe - Convert Text Files to Speech

Features :

  • Covert text documents to MP3 or WAV audio files.
  • Supported file formats: .doc, .pdf, .txt, .html, RSS and eMail.
  • Download and save audio files to your computer or portable device.
  • Search and subscribe to files created by other users.
  • Share audio files with others by making them public.
  • Works with documents in English, French and Spanish.
  • Voice, speech speed, pronunciation controls are available.

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  1. Transcontinental
    April 25, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    YAKiToMe!, I must recognize I wrote in loss of a certain control, being upset blinded me to other explanations. I should have repeated later on my experience on your site before crying to the world my frustration. Sorry for that.

    I'll be back to, aware this time, of myself as well. I do wish all the best to a website which already has numerous adepts and which holds a very interesting service.

    All the best, long live :)

  2. Transcontinental
    April 24, 2008 at 4:32 pm

    TakiToMe is in Beta stage. It certainly is. If you've got time to loose, try it. I mean, you do have to get registered first, in order to discover the ultimate of a crappy web app. Eternity to have but 3 words synthesized, that is, if the page doesn't simply break...

    Gosh, why do some not just try to get things working before announcing what appears to be craps?

    Made me lose 20 minutes :)