Able Reader Scores Bronze Medal in Review, Announces Software Review Boffin

March 23, 2013

Recently published reviews of text to speech software on the website Software Review Boffin placed Able Reader software in third place. The review highlighted the software´s human-like voices which make listening to the audio stream significantly more pleasant.

New York City, NY (PRWEB) March 24, 2013

Software Review Boffin website announced today the publication of reviews of the top three text to speech software products. These reviews have just been published on the website. Able Reader software won the bronze medal in the reviews, scoring very close to the second-place and first-place text to speech software products, Verbose and TextAloud. In fact, all three products had high marks, and only slight differences in specific features resulted in this current product ranking.

Although the Able Reader AT&T Natural Voices software had the third place ranking overall, according to the Boffin reviewers one of its features scored significantly better when compared to the same feature on the other two systems, even though those products had a higher total. The “natural voices” used in the audio is what makes Able Reader a high quality text to speech software product. As the review suggests, Able Reader distinguishes itself from the competition because the voices the software uses when “reading aloud” are very natural sounding, with tone and intonation very similar to actual human speech. The easy to understand voices — some of which users might recognize from screen or television — were a highlight of this product, and earned the software crucial extra points.

Unlike the other two higher-scoring text to speech software, Able Reader excels in the quality of the natural-sounding voices used in its audio reproductions, sparing users the frustration of listening to a machine-like language which diverts the attention of the listener from meaning to sound. Able Reader, according to the Boffin website, doesn´t include robot-like voices, rather all of the male and female voices are high quality and natural.

Able Reader came third in the top three text to speech software reviews, because despite having natural voices reading the text aloud, it still didn´t seem quite complete to the reviewers. In short, the software is lacking some basic qualities the other two software had in abundance. On the plus side, the review also mentions that interested users can actually have a foretaste of the natural voices in Able Reader software before purchasing it in order to verify for themselves the software´s quality of voice reproduction.

While recognizing the need to rank software products in these reviews, Software Review Boffin emphasized that all three top text to speech software scores were close to one another, and the review team spent time coming to a consensus as to which software would be first, second, and third in their “top three” list. As products are continually reviewed to reflect updates in the software, these rankings are subject to change.

Software Review Boffin reviews the latest technological products on demand in the market right now. They provide expert, honest and straightforward reviews so customers can objectively measure if a product, especially software is well worth it before making their purchase.

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