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Dictionaries and other software that provides Text-to-Speech (TTS), that is, software that reads text in English may use the free Microsoft TTS. Programs such as the UltraLinga dictionary (see review), need the appropriate TTS language engine installed.

Digalo TTS engine is available in several languages, each with a male and female voice.

Digit, clipboard reader.

See also: Feature on Learning Languages

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Cost: US$
Cost: A$

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Product: Digalo TTS Engine and Digit Clipboard Reader
Publisher: Elan informatique
Distributor: Digalo.com
Language: French, German, Spanish, Brazilian, Russian, British English, Americfan English, Italian
Operating System: Windows 95/98/NT
Rec. Retail Price: (see website)
Release Media: Downloadable
Accessories incl.: n/a
System Requirements: SAPI (free download from site), 16-bit soundcard and speakers;
Web site: www.digalo.com
E-mail contact: info@digalo.com
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