Nattiq Adds Acapela's Arabic Voices to Dolphin Pen's New Generation

Acapela's Arabic voices Leila, Salma, Mehdi, and Saieda, as well as Heather, an U.S. English voice, are now speech-enabling the Dolphin Pen to ease daily life of Nattiq's visually impaired users, allowing them to bring Arabic speech capability as well as magnifying and Braille with them, anywhere.

The new second-generation Dolphin Pen is immediately available with Hal Screen Reader and SuperNova Reader Magnifier versions 11.58.

Acapela's set of Arabic voices, which are part of wide multilingual family of 30 languages and more than 60 voices, offers choice to the end user. A full set of natural voices are now available to Nattiq's users to select their preferred gender and persona.

"We are very happy that Nattiq, a long-term partner in the Middle East, has selected our latest voices to actively support and become the daily vocal companion of its customers. It will strengthen our position and reinforce our commitment toward the accessibility community in the region," said Lars-Erik Larsson, CEO of Acapela Group.

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