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  1. lpnalda

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    I know it's a long shot, but I'm just curious of there are any Blind or Visually Impaired Intercept Users on this forum. Am particularly interested in hearing from Speil Users. What Apps does it work with, beyond that how Does Talkback or MA work with this phone. Just curious, Thanks in Advance.
     

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    FWIW.
    I'm not blind. However, I experimented a bit with a Bible program that can read aloud the text. KJV Bible and SVOX's TTS engine/voices. I find that the SVOX Gracie voice to be pretty good and sounds excellent in Google Nav as well.

    There are "pay for" eBook readers which support reading via TTS.
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    Yeah I'm thinking about purchasing MoonReader Pro, as it offers TTS. I currently have the Pico TTS UK Female voice, called "Victoria" on my Intercept, and I'm using Spiel as my screenreader. It reads everything too me, except the Web, but that may be fixed soon as I'm going to try Ideal Web Reader.
     

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