by: movin'App • 17
"Can one desire too much of a good thing?".
As You Like It, Act IV, Scene I
All Shakespeare's plays at your hand! Powerful search system to help you study the work of the greatest English writer.
* The complete set of 37 plays (Comedies, histories and tragedies)
* Very fast and simple to use
* Works offline, even in "airplane mode". Access all plays anytime, anywhere, no internet connection needed.
* Powerful search system. Search by play, act, scene, speaker, line, etc. Perfect for studying
* Bookmark your favorite lines for quick future reference
* Share any line by Email, SMS, etc.
* Listen to the lines using Android's built-in Text-to-speech synthesizer
* Works in both portrait and landscape mode for easier reading
Q: How can I share a line from the list?
A: Just pressing for 2 or 3 seconds and a menu with the available sharing options will appear
Q: How can I change the speech speed?
A: The speed of the speech is controlled by the TTS engine installed with Android. It can be set up by going to:
Settings --> Voice input & output settings --> Text to speech settings --> speech rate
Q: How can I change the speech accent?
A: Just go to Menu --> Settings and select the language. Currently, 2 accents are available:
* English (US)
* English (GB)
About the permissions:
We know you may be worried about the permissions required by the application so here is the explanation of why they are needed:
To load the ads used to support the development of the application, these permissions are required:
- Full Internet access
- View network state
About the speech synthesizer:
The text-to-speech (TTS) technology may not be available in some devices. To check if your phone is able of speech synthesis: Menu -> Settings -> Voice input & output -> Text-to-speech settings.
If not installed, your device may ask you to install the TTS engine. An internet connection may be required. We recommend installing it before traveling as roaming data tariffs may be very expensive.
Tags: act 3 scene 4 as you like it , shakespeare text to speech