[Free Download] Speechify MOD APK v1.36.5776 (Premium Unlocked) App for Android
It was disappointing, to put it mildly.
Sometimes the speaker will abruptly jump over some lines.
Furthermore, the app lacks a feature that would let me have it read passages from a webpage without accessing the webpage in the app first.
I had to copy the website’s link and load it after starting the program in order to see web pages.
It takes a long time, which is not very helpful for the app’s original goal.
This feature is available in other other apps.
Edited: The problems I was experiencing for a few weeks have now been resolved.
I am pleased with it once more because the problem was resolved very quickly.
Excellent for lengthy professional documents or fan fiction.
Previous review: I’m having trouble with the premium services that cost money; even though I’m logged into an account that is unquestionably paid for, it keeps prompting me to upgrade to speed things up.
I’ve always found it challenging to read for extended periods of time, especially when studying because I’m constantly on the move and have trouble reading words.
I am really happy because after hunting for something similar for a very long time, I have finally discovered something that will read for me so I can finally understand better.
I can now learn and navigate any kind of stuff with ease.
There are various uses for this software.
Reading, memorization, and productivity benefit greatly from it.
However, I have noticed that there is a slight problem with text that is pasted using the copy and paste tool.
Sometimes when I copy over my notes, even though they have bullet points, the bullet points all wind up on one line and the spacing between them becomes one long paragraph.
The reading is then quite disorganized.
I hope this can be rectified.
Overall, a great app.
If you could eliminate the bugs before introducing a new feature, that would be really useful.
It’s more of a hassle than it’s worth listening to a text and then discovering halfway through that it’s reading the previous page.
I’d rather put up with artificial voices on a less flaky app so I can spend more time studying.
The claim that you can “read any web page” is also absurd.
After three semesters of use and a year’s worth of premium, it still cannot read any of my online textbooks.
I love it, yet it’s annoying.
I’ve been enjoying listening to my favorite articles or short stories on the web.
I can get hours of listening time by pasting the website URL or gathering all the chapters from a volume into a word document, then adding it to my list.
I can flip between my computer and my phone.
Recently, the software has been crashing on mobile devices at random and forgetting my membership.
Update: Most problems have been fixed with the most recent upgrades, although there are still crashes every hour.
It keeps track of my subscription.
The software is quite promising.
I found that although I use it frequently, it frequently crashes.
even going chapter by chapter, you have to save and scroll for a long time to add the next chapter because if you copy the entire book at once and paste it, the file crashes, and you have to start over from scratch.
It’s a major hassle.
However, 90% of the time it is effective.
This software is amazing!
Since I can remember, it has aided in my understanding when it has been a barrier to my self-esteem.
However, I took away 1 point since there is still room for development. For instance, loading times for when the app launches and when it converts online links (which is the feature I use the most) into a format Speechify can read to you.
Simply utilize the read-aloud tool in Adobe if you have it.
The quicker speeds don’t really assist because the audio is rather muddled and glitchy, frequently stopping and requiring the follow-along text to catch up.
The phone has been difficult to use, and it puts large gaps between phrases that you could edit away, but I don’t have time for that.
Additionally, you need internet connectivity to access the readings.
It’s decent but not fantastic.
Speechify has been on my phone for a few months now, and I can tell they are working on updating the browser platform. I chose to test the mobile app again because the first time I tried it, things were so terrible that I just deleted it.
I have a full account, but the app doesn’t bother to inquire; instead, it puts you through a forced introduction that lasts for about two to three minutes.
This needs to go immediately!
Do this, at the very least, exclusively for users that register through a mobile app.