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How to set up voice acting any texts on the iPhone and iPad with iOS 8 [instructions]
We have to admit that, thanks to the books in audio format, reading literature has become much easier and simpler. Actually, not so much read as an audition. The new operating system iOS 8 using standard tools, allows you to turn any piece of information on the screen in an audiobook, resulting in a simple “swipe” You can listen to the text, for example, on the way to work, in the car, subway or airplane.
iOS has a variety of special features that help people with disabilities to fully appreciate the functionality of the devices. With built-in technology “apple” gadgets are powerful and available supporting tools. One of the features of iOS 8 helps when reading texts. For example, you were attracted by some product or opened page of the site in the browser, but at the moment you can not read. You can always use the pronunciation and continue “reading” in audio format.
How to set read-aloud in iOS 8:
Step 1: To use voice text, you need to go to the settings iOS 8 and enable pronunciation. Proceed to Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Speech.
Step 2: Turn the dial to “pronunciation of” and “screen out loud” to “Enabled.” Adjust the speed of speech on your own, pulling the slider to one side or the other.
Step 3: Go back to your desktop and run any application, such as iBooks or Safari.
Step 4: Open the website with the text information.
Step 5: Make two-finger swipe from the top of the screen down.
Step 6: iPhone or iPad will begin to read the text. With the bar at the top of the screen you can manage reading – to pause, to change the playback speed, etc.
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