Google Text-to-Speech update adds support for 6 new languages with better voiceover


Google Text-to-speech service has got a new update with many new changes. Well, as a brief it allows users to listen to the text easily. Google Text-to-Speech a narrator for your device and in the latest addition it has got ability to narrate 6 new languages.


The version 3.11.12, packs the improvement of the narration voices and has added for six new languages. Those languages are:

  • Czech
  • Ukrainian
  • Bangla
  • Khmer
  • Nepali
  • Sinhala

Here’s the full changelog of the Google Text-to-Speech version 3.11.12:

  • Added support for Bangla (India), Czech, Khmer, Nepali, Sinhala, and Ukrainian.
  • Number processing can now be turned off in settings. This produces a more literal pronunciation of the text. For example, 09/10/2017 will be pronounced as oh nine slash ten. Only available for our English voices.
  • Intonation control is now available for more voices.
  • Various other improvements to our voices.

Most of the Android devices uses the same Google-text-to-Speech. Other OEMs use their own text-to-speech apps.

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