Thursday, October 20, 2005

This is your Palm speaking

"Speak" is a small program, that speaks out the contents of the clipboard, using "PSpeak", a TTS (text-to-speak) engine. You just have to copy the text you want to be read - from a memo, from a web page, from a mail, ... - and then to activate Speak, and your Palm "speaks". You can download the app from http://www.freewarepalm.com/utilities/speak.shtml. Install the three files onto your handheld, and start "Speak" from the launcher.




You can choose how to activate Speak, the volume and the speed of the voice. I recommend "activating using command bar". Then do a graffiti stroke -



- into your graffiti area, and a pop up menu shows itself, with commands to copy, paste, delete, ... If activated, Speak is in this menu, too. It's icon looks like the paste icon, but is always at the right.



Now, what does your Palm speak?

4 Comments:

Blogger Bubu said...

Hm, interesting programm.But it doesn't work properly on my Treo 650. It only "speaks" the first two or three words of a sentence. But it's funny anyways!

11:56 PM  
Blogger Alexander Gratz said...

I can't say that. It works well on my T|C. Perhaps you haven't got enough free memory?

Alex

10:29 AM  
Blogger Tam Hanna said...

Hi,
all it does on my T3 is say pspeak is expired. It looks as if this is shareware under disguise! Lets see when it runs out!
Best regards
Tam Hanna

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