- Cloud Based (means no user download)
- Translates and speaks text to over 20 languages
- Quick and simple to implement (a few lines of code)
- No recordings its instant audio
- Contrast and font size change Reads back free texts
- Captions enabled
- MP3 Download
- Customizable bespoke layout
- Works across secure servers
- Regular Updates
- Deemed a reasonable adjustment
- PDF reader
- Male and female voices including accents
- Low cost
- Supports all browsers
- Used by Government, large Corporates and Charities Reads abbreviations i.e. FAQ read as "frequently asked questions"
- Manual selection of text to be read
- Can be installed onto applicant tracking software
Speak this page
Speak This Page is a cutting-edge Microsoft approved technology that converts web-text into clear life-like voice for your website. Being a server based application Speak This Page requires no downloads or installations on your computer, yet it delivers immediate accessibility enhancing web-text vocalization for all visitors to your website. It also means that every time we enhance the application it is instantly available to your web visitor round the world.
Speak This Page is unlike any other text-to-speech software since it comes with the widest range of built-in features that give your web visitors control and accessibility without compromising its integrity.
Whether by reading aloud the text on a website, giving the visitor control over colour and font size, or saving information as an MP3 file to listen to later. Speak This Page frees the web's fantastic resources from the restrictions of the computer screen.
Speak This Page is secure since it does not require sharing of your website's source code, changes in your web hosting or URL.
Inclusion of a few lines of code by your web developers has Speak This Page application up and running in no time at all.
Simply click the button at the top of this page to try it now.
WHO DOES IT HELP?
- Helps people with reading difficulties such as dyslexia
and attention disorders
- English as a second language
- Mild visual impairment
- Websites with low accessibility credentials for example W3C
Speak This Page?
Speak This Page
The European Human Rights Commission estimates that over 70% of corporate websites do not meet even the base levels of acceptable accessibility.
The Equality Act 2010 states "Failing to reach people with particular protected characteristics can lead to indirect discrimination for which the fines are unlimited."
- 22% of the population of the population require online reading support
- Open your site to a wider cross section of society and a growing global market
- Allows promotion of special offers only found on the web
- Offer users "a reasonable adjustment" in the advertising of online information
- We have an ageing population
- Barriers to certain parts of society is considered discrimination
- University of West England (log in required)
- FM Conway
- Eversheds (working with their Applicant Tracking Software WCN)
It's FREE and takes just 5 minutes to make your website accessible.
Fill in your details in below and click to obtain the code
You will be sent a few lines of code for your web developer to quickly and easily implement .
Do my users have to download anything to get Speak This Page to work?
No, all the user needs is a device with a web browser that has the ability to play back MP3 audio. The user simply highlight the content that they wish to be spoken or simply hover over the area with the mouse.
Does Speak This Page work on HTTPS sites and password-protected sites?
Yes, Speak This Page can be set up to speech-enable secure sites and password-protected sites.
I use a Content Management System (CMS). Can Speak This Page be easily integrated into our CMS?
Our customers work with dozens of different content management systems and have never encountered any particular problems integrating our code within their templates. For certain content management systems, we have developed plugins to further facilitate implementation.
How many languages can I have my website read in?
To date, Speak This Page can speech-enable websites and mobile apps in 20 Languages and many accents. We also have several female and male voices for most of the 20+ languages. The underlying text of your website or mobile app must be in the language that you want to have read.
What happens if some of my content is not pronounced correctly?
We can create customized dictionaries that take into account words that are specific to your industry jargon that are not well read. For example, this sometimes happens with acronyms and abbreviations. We can then work on your customized dictionary to have your words pronounced correctly.
Where do you suggest we put the Listen button?
We recommend that you place the Speak This Page button close to the heading of the content that you want read so that there is an immediate mental link between the content and the Listen button.
Do we have to use the Speak This Page Listen button?
For usability and awareness, we’ve introduced a unified icon to identify that a website is equipped with Speak This Page’s web-reading service. When website visitors see this icon, they learn what happens if the icon is clicked; the page will be read out loud to them. We propose a variety of buttons in the different languages we support and with many color and size options. Of course, you can also design and use your own button if ours doesn’t fit in with the look and feel of your site.
Can Speak This Page be used to speech-enable our PDF files?
Yes, Speak This Page allows a user to listen to PDFs, Word documents, and a variety of other document formats. It converts these documents into a web-readable format, while preserving the original layout, so that they can be viewed in all types of browsers and devices in which they otherwise wouldn’t be able to do so.
Does Speak This Page work on my mobile device?
Speak This Page provides maximum access not only from PCs but also from smartphones, including BlackBerry and Android powered phones, MP3 playing devices, PDAs, video game consoles, interactive internet TVs, and internet booths and kiosks.