Device Voice on Android
Device Voices are the voices that come with the device you own. Some device voices are pre-downloaded and ready to use. Although free to use, certain device voices may require downloading or installing. If you choose to use a device voice, you will first need to select the voice’s accent. There are six accents available: British, Irish, American, Australian, South Af rican and Indian. Once you have selected the accent, you can click on the voice’s profile to hear a sample.
If you don’t find any of the voices suitable, you can download additional voices from your device settings. Once downloaded, you will be able to use them in Predictable.
The changes you make in your Text-to-speech settings in your device will automatically reflect in the Predictable Android app. To find your Text-to-speech settings, you will need to leave Predictable and open your device settings. Under the System menu, tap on Language and input and tap Text-to-speech options (the location of the Text-to-speech setting can be different depending on the device you are using).
On many Android devices, the Google Text-to-speech is already turned on. If this option is not showing you can download the Google Text-to-speech f rom the Play Store.
On Samsung devices, Samsung text-to-speech should be installed by default in your Text-to-Speech Options.