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What it can do:
- Load and edit any documen
What it can do:
- Load and edit any document. iSpeak It provides built-in support for PDF, Word, AppleWorks, RTF, HTML or text.
- Download any web page or RSS feed. iSpeak It remembers previous RSS downloads to ensure you only get entries you haven't heard yet.
- Download podcasts and copy them into iTunes â€” converting them into your preferred format (such as AAC with bookmarking). Unregistered versions of iSpeak It provide full podcast support.
- Save documents as an AIFF file.
- Transfer a document to iTunes and convert it to an MP3, AAC, etc track in your library (MP3 versus AAC conversion is based on your import preference settings in iTunes; AAC conversion requires iTunes 4.0 or later). Unregistered versions of iSpeak It only transfer the first 1000 characters of a document.
- Split long documents into multiple tracks, just like audiobooks.
- Make AAC encoded documents bookmarkable so they remember where you left off, just like audiobooks.
- Automatically transfer a document to iTunes after it has been loaded.
- Automatically load web pages, news and/or weather on launch.
- Complete control over the song name, artist, album and genre settings.
- A Services menu item for loading selected text from any application.
- Download news headlines and weather forecasts.
- Define and apply replacement rules to correct for Apple's text-to-speech weaknesses.
- Test the speech of any portion of a document to make sure it sounds correct (and subsequently define and test replacement rules for problem phrases).
- Converts a document to speech according to your Speech Preferences (as set via the System Preferences).
- Uses the file name, URL or download topic as the default song name to use within iTunes.
- Create and edit text documents.
- See the screenshots for more details on how to make the most out of all of iSpeak It's features.
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