5 Best Text To Speech App For LG V40 ThinQ

If you’re having trouble studying or retaining information, you might want to consider having it read back to you. It’s a great way to start remembering things, but unfortunately, there really isn’t a native way to have your text read back to you. There are native ways to make speech to text happen, but not the other way around.

That said, if you want to start retaining information a whole lot easier, be sure to follow along with us below. We’ll show you our favorite picks for text to speech apps for the LG V40 ThinQ. Here we go!

Text to Speech

Coming in as our first contender, we have the aptly named Text To Speech app. If you’re looking for simplicity, Text To Speech will be right up your alley. This app is as bare bones as they come for reading text to you aloud. Just open the app, write or paste the text in the text field, and then press the button to have Text To Speech read it aloud to you in the built-in voice assistant. One of the “pros” to this app is that you can export the audio files to save them for listening later or for sharing with your friends. The nice thing about this app is that you can save it in over seventy different languages.

Download it now: Google Play

Voice Aloud Reader

Coming in as second on our list, we have Voice Aloud Reader. This is a really excellent text to speech app because of the intuitive user interface. It’s extremely clean and easy to use, only requiring a couple of taps to have text read aloud to you. Voice Aloud Reader has a handful of neat features in it, such as a built-in web browser for reading off web pages, emails, articles, products, and more. Voice Aloud Read even has support for reading off local PDF and Word documents as well.

Download it now: Google Play

Tell Me – Text to Speech

Coming in as our third contender, we have Tell Me – Text To Speech. This one is another bare bones and no-frills text reader, allowing you to easily have text read off to you. Open up Tell Me, and you’re almost immediately brought to  a text field. Type or paste content right into Tell Me, and then it’s easily read off to you by pressing the Read button.

Tell Me has a digital voice type selected by default. However, if you don’t like the sound of the voice, there are a bunch of other styles that you can choose from. Tell Me even allows you to adjust the pitch, volume, and speed of each individual voice.

Download it now: Google Play

Google Text To Speech

Google in most Android phones have their own Text To Speech app built right into the phone, and that goes for the LG V40 ThinQ as well. That said, if you don’t see it or it isn’t on your Android device for some insane reason, you can still snag it for free at the link below. We particularly like this one because it’s using Google’s voice engine that provides you with natural and clear playback.

One of the areas where Google Text To Speech functions the best is in Google Play Books. If you don’t feel like reading a book yourself, Google Text To Speech is more than capable of reading it off to you.

Download it now: Google Play

Text to Voice

Text To Voice might be our last contender, but this is still an excellent way to have text read off to you for better comprehension or retention. If you’re looking for a powerful text to speech reader, this one is right up your alley. It can let you do things like open up local files on your phone, and then read them aloud to you.

Similar to some of the other apps on our list, this one actually has a built-in web browser for reading off articles, web pages, and more to you. Get it at the link below.

Download it now: Google Play

Verdict

As you can see, any one of these text to speech apps will help you start retaining information by reading content aloud to you. Since many of these all do the same thing, there really isn’t one that is better than the other. However, if you’re looking for something with a clean and and easy to use user interface, Voice Aloud Reader will be right up your alley.