Engine synthesis of Google voice, pre-installed on most devices, allows Android applications to “talk” with a voice that sounds reasonably human. In the Spanish language in Spain, in addition, the voice spoke with one effusivity something excessive, although it seems that lately has reduced it is slightly the emotion that puts the words.
Do you like Google talk you excited, normal or as a real robot? The latest version of Google voice synthesizer lets you keep control among three different intonations: expressive, something expressive and flat. The latter is a fine way to call the typical robotic intonation of voice synthesizers from decades ago.
Thus the intonation is changed
To change the way in which Google TTS speaks, you must go to their settings. Its location may be something hidden, though it is normal that it is in the section of Accessibility – Vision. If you can’t find it, the easiest is to search “TTS” in the useful search engine included in the Android settings.
Not to be confused with speed intonation. Speed is configured independently of the Text-to-Speech Engine, while the intonation is a new option that is included within the settings of Google Text-to-Speech. First you must mark it as the default engine, and then click the icon for options, to play once more in the speech synthesis options.
Change is automatic and you can check it quickly back to the previous screen and touching to hear an example. The change between “expressive” and “something expressive” is subtle though do note that put less salt and joy to the thing. Turn flat intonation is fully Robotics.
Also to more volume
As you’ve probably noticed in the previous screenshot, intonation is not the only thing that changes in Google TTS 3.10. There is a new slider which you can increase the volume the voice with the idea that overlaps what is that he could be playing on your mobile at that time.
It is foreseeable that 3.10.9 version sooner take a Google Play, but if you can not really expect, always you can download the APK from APKMirror. Requires Android 4.4 minimum.