3.1)Read Aloud: A Text to Speech Voice Reader
Read Aloud uses text-to-speech (TTS) technology to convert webpage text to audio.  It works on a variety of websites, including news sites, blogs, fan fiction, publications, textbooks, school and class websites, and online university course materials.
Read Aloud can read PDF, Google Docs, Google Play books, Amazon Kindle, and EPUB (via the excellent EPUBReader extension from epubread.com).

3,000,000+ users
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3.2)Natural Reader Text to Speech
Listen to webpages, PDF, Email, Google Docs, or any other web content.
Smart text to speech reader for webpages
– Ignores annoying ads and menu text
– Reads directly from Google Docs, emails, and other webpages
– Over 100 voices from 16 different languages
– Start anywhere and read to the end or read selected text only
– Create audio MP3 files for personal use
– Highlight sentences or words (or both!) as it’s reading

600,000+ users
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3)Text to Speech
Text to Speech Hewizo removes ads and reads articles
Text to Speech Article reader
– Listen to articles using a natural reader to produce the most human sounding voice in over 30+ languages
– Convert article URLs to audio
– Text to speech TTS feature that converts article URLs to audio
– Conveniently opens/saves web articles on hewizo.com from our chrome extension
– Syncs progress across multiple devices - Start reading on your laptop, continue where you left off on your phone

9,000+ users
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4)Google Docs Voice Typing – Students using Google’s Chrome browser can access a speech to text feature within Google Docs. Open up the Chrome browser, log into a Google account, and select “Docs” from the options grid in the top right. Open a new document and then click “Tools” in the document’s toolbar, scroll down and enable Voice Typing. Remember, this only works in the Chrome web browser; in Firefox or Edge, you can see the feature in the Tools drop-down, but it will not be enabled.

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