Wrise : Accessible word processor for Mac | AssistiveWare


Text to Speech

Accessible word processor designed to support reading comprehension and text composition.

Read

Read with text to speech, displayed as you want it

text to speech

  • Listen to text with your choice of voice, speech rate and volume using Text to Speech playback with word or sentence highlighting. Use the handy pronunciation editor so text is spoken exactly the way you want it.
  • Save your preferred font, size and colors, and apply it instantly to any text with EasyReading Mode™ without affecting the original text formatting.
  • Read imported documents or selected text from almost any app by using the included Selection Reader.

Write

Write using word prediction

Word Processor

  • Listen to your text as you write for greater feedback. Select if you want the text read back to you after every word, sentence or paragraph.
  • Type text with over 45% less effort with PolyPredix™ multi-word prediction: complete the word you are typing, predict the next word or even multiple words at once.
  • More and more accurate word predictions in over 25 languages by learning your vocabulary as you type.

Create

Be creative with tags

Create Audio Files

  • Use tags to style your text or bring characters to life by defining reading speed, voice, language, volume and more. Practical and fun!
  • Read multilingual texts using different voices for different languages with tags or let Wrise do the work for you with automatic language detection.
  • Export your creations as audio files or iTunes tracks to listen on the go or to use in other projects such as podcasts or audio/video edits.
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