Now we see the TV, we listen to the radio, we read the newspaper and we read the web, but from now this will change... listen to your favorite websites on your mobile
WebTalks is a feed reader that allows us to listen our favorite sites, as if it were a radio, or a podcast.
Their usage mode is as simple as opening the application, dictate the title of the web to listen, or selecting it from our list of favorite websites, and the application will begin to dictate the latest posts published in this web.
How many times have you desired, for example, hear your favourite website while driving, or listen it on your headphones way at the University, or just listen to your subscriptions while travelling by metro or by bus?
WebTalks uses advanced technology that enables synchronization with "Google Reader". Thus, you can listen to your subscriptions, and will be marking as read the posts that you are listening. The application also implements offline mode so that the webs are loaded when there is mobile coverage, and you can enjoy them even when travelling by Metro.
The app dictates the text in a website in the appropriate language while you read along. Practice your listening and reading at the same time. For example, you can brush up on your Spanish by having the app read a spanish website to you.
The application can be used with the headset button for your convenience:
- Single click: Pause/Play
- Double click: Next post
[ IMPORTANT INFORMATION ]
- You must have installed the "Pico TTS" for the language of your feeds.
To check this go to Android Settings -> Voice Input & Output -> Text-to-Speech settings > Pico TTS (Pico TTS settings) and then click on "Install voice data" and install the "Pico TTS" for the language of your feeds
- To check whether your phone has voice recognition capabilities make sure you have this package installed on your mobile: Voice recognition: "Voice search"