Heather Scottish TTS Voice

Heather Scottish TTS Voice


(4 stars)


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CereProc has developed the world's most advanced text to speech technology. Our voices not only sound real, they have character, making them suitable for any application that requires speech output.

This voice can synthesize:
* Navigation directions from Scout while driving
* Accessibility information with Talkback
* Twitter, Facebook and newsfeeds with iHearNetwork
* Your favourite eBook from eBook reader apps
* Your SMS with apps like Handcent SMS or Drive Carefully
* and many other TTS-enabled apps

Please note that for some applications such as Scout, we recommend installing on a device with at least a 1GHz processor.

You can try the Heather voice for yourself, in the interactive demo on CereProc's homepage:


Tags: scottish voice, heather scottish voice, caitlin tts voice.

Recently changed in this version

- Text normalization improvements
- Scottish lexicon improvements
- Android L support

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Comments and ratings for Heather Scottish TTS Voice
  • (67 stars)

    by Oldpqlyr on 20/05/2015

    On Android Kitkat all was swell. With her sweet highland brogue, Heather directed me ably on Google Maps. But then came Lollipop... no more Heather... only in a demo... but no more highland directions. *snurf* :^(

  • (67 stars)

    by James Manson on 23/04/2015

    I liked this app, but it no longer works with Google Navigation, which was why I bought it. Support suggests disabling the Google TTS app and restarting. This has not fixed it. I still get the rather strident and bossy English voice, rather than the slightly melancholy Scottish one I paid for.

  • (67 stars)

    by Chris Mitchell on 21/04/2015

    I really love this voice but it no longer works with Google Maps (I'm guessing Google is disabling 3rd party TTS on their apps) and only occasionally works on Google Now (namely when setting reminders). The rest of the time, it's just the crappy Google TTS.

  • (67 stars)

    by steve miranda on 19/04/2015

    If only you knew the horrible things I am having her say.

  • (67 stars)

    by William Huber on 15/04/2015

    It's a great TTS, but it doesn't work on the single application for which I rely most heavily on TTS: Google Maps Navigation. I've followed Cereproc's guidance (disabling Google TTS, removing updates to Maps, starting navigation, then updating Maps) to no avail. Would at least like an update on this issue. I didn't spend a lot of money on this app, but I did spend some...

  • (67 stars)

    by Reese Hards on 27/03/2015

    Better than the google tts engine voices that sound like robots.

  • (67 stars)

    by Veronika Vartanova on 21/03/2015

    Was very dissapointed to find out that, no matter how you tweak the pitch/rate of the voice in the App itself, you're still stuck with the default sounding for any practical use: maps, reading articles/ebooks and so on (in Pocket, PlayBooks). For example, I really like the sound of "Heather" with the pitch shifted down slightly - sounds a bit more mature and smooth this way. I'd like to listen to

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