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Hi, this is a voice reader app for Evernote users. You can fetch your notes or web clipped pages into iPhone or iPad and listen to them on the go. I hope you like it. https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1273954643
I purchased an android device for my son who has severe dyslexia and ADHD. We then installed Evernote as it looks like the perfect tool for organizing study material for class - except for one thing. It does not offer text to speech. We use the keyboard app to do speech to text so that part is not an issue. Later, however, when he is studying his outlines and notes and reviewing clippings, his reading disability gets in the way of accurately reading what he put in there. Even if text to speech was only one word at a time, it would help him to hear at least the words he is struggling with. Then again, wouldn't text to speech help anyone who uses Evernote to study? It would certainly open up more possibilities of where, how and when they can be studying.
A lot of times I've clipped a bunch of interesting articles that I don't have time to read during the day. Since I have a long commute, I'm wondering if there's any way to queue up those articles and have them read out loud during my commute (driving)? I already looked into Evernote Clearly but it's too cumbersome to set up.. and I don't think you can queue up notes to be read. This is a problem as I cannot be bothered to interact with my device to pick another note to read during my commute. Does any Evernote extension or 3rd party app exist that can put my Evernote notes into a sort of "playlist" and have them read out loud? For example, something like a Siri clone should work.. I'll put all the notes I want read out loud in a single notebook and instruct the Siri clone to read everything in that notebook.
Since the latest update of Voice Dream Reader, a text to speech app for iPhone/iPad/iPod, I am using Evernote to pull notes and open in this reader. But I am having trouble easily searching through Evernote notebooks to select the note to be read aloud. Are there any EN users who are also using this reader? This is important for use as assistive technology for those who have a print disability. Hearing a note read aloud is often more effective for learning, such as for a person with dyslexia. I want to edit notes in EN and then copy/paste or just pull up the note into Voice Dream Reader. FYI: Dropbox and Instapaper and Pocket were the first big connections made through Voice Dream Reader but now adding Evernote will be a big boost to use of TTS with a note. Tips are welcome!