ReadSpeaker Adds Flemish, Indonesian, Latvian, Romanian, and Slovak Voices

ReadSpeaker Text to Speech is now available in five new languages. The company says it is delighted to introduce eight brand new lifelike digital voice personas: Veerle for Belgian Dutch (Flemish), Bayu, and Annisa for Indonesian; Oskars for Latvian; Adina and Teodor for Romanian, and Jakub and Simona for Slovak.

Like the rest of the ReadSpeaker family of synthetic voices, the new lifelike digital voices help companies and organizations across the world to deliver premium user experience through all their SaaS-based and on-premise services and applications, whether in education and accessibility, talking robots, embedded devices, IVR and conversational systems; for local and central government, non-profit organizations, corporate, consumer brands, media, and more.

All of ReadSpeaker’s voice personas have been carefully designed to read any type of content in a clear, expressive, and humanlike way that engages end-users.

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