WebTalks: feed reader for Android that allows you to listen to a web as if it were a radio

WebTalks: feed reader for Android that allows you to listen to a web as if it were a radio

WebTalks is an interesting mobile application for Android terminals that can be used for various purposes. It basically offers using voice synthesis technology, as if we were listening to the radio, and in any language, listening to any web content that we dictate to you through our own terminal. It is an RSS feed reader that uses advanced speech synthesis and speech recognition technology. The uses that we can give it are various, from reading any website that we indicate or use some of the favorite websites by default to reading our Google Reader subscriptions, already marking those entries that we have heard. We can also use it to learn languages, and for people with vision problems, as it reduces the gap in the use of smartphones. WebTalks allows its integration with our Google Reader subscriptions for reading them and Google Translator, for the detection of the language to be dictated in the appropriate language. It can also be used in offline mode, so it can read any previously loaded web content. According to its manager, WebTalks has just released version 1.2.1, and until the end of this month of May it can be obtained for a 30% discount through the Android Market. Link: WebTalks in Android Market