New model provides Korean toughen
As part of Google’s ongoing effort to spin off certain software features into Google Play for easier updating, the company has today launched the Google Text-to-Speech engine as a standalone app on the Play Store. The will push out automatically to those using an older version (not you, Nexus 5 homeowners, you are already updated out of the field). For those who set up it on a tool that does not have it already, it is going to seem as an possibility alongside whichever producer-loaded textual content-to-speech provider is presently in use.
The one main trade we’re seeing in comparison with the older pre-loaded model is the addition of Korean as a supported language. Alternatively the flexibility to replace textual content-to-speech with out requiring an OS improve items the potential of Google introducing extra developed TTS options thru future app updates.