Thursday, August 1, 2013

Convert text to MP3

The first site is Voz Me ( This really is very simple to use, and requires no sign-up or registration. Type or paste some text into the box on the front page, choose whether you want a male or female voice, then click the Create MP3 button. That's all there is to it. The conversion takes just seconds, at which point the file starts playing. There's also a download link, to save your MP3 file. The second recommended site is Yakitome ( Unlike VozMe, Yakitome requires you to set up an account by specifying an email address, username and password. Once you've done that, the site is free to use, and works in a similar way to VozMe. Type or paste your text, click the button, and wait. For some reason, Yakitome takes much longer to do the conversion (typically a few minutes), and there's a handy countdown timer to tell you how long it'll be before your file starts playing. Cynics might wonder whether the delay is deliberately introduced to give you time to read the adverts on the page!

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