VoiceForge provides online Text-to-Voice solutions. We add value to our partners’ products. Many industries face challenges to make more content available in more environments. From mobile devices to fast-paced blog media, the world isn’t just sitting in front of a computer monitor. Our service provides an easy way to convert text into audio for true content flexibility:
Media sites –
Make blog, news, or websites talk in localized voices
Virtual worlds –
Personalize avatars with dozens of character voices
Easily update content and hold interest w/ variety
English training –
Learn English and prepare for different accents
Internet devices –
Put 50 high-quality voices in your hand
Pimp your ride or application with novelty voices
Low vision affects 60 Million Americans over age 60
Generate and scale TTS alerts with no software costs
Try our hosted Text-to-Voice solution for free. If we can add value to your products, a monthly subscription can be purchased online. Customers gain access to dozens of TTS voices for one low price. The interface is a simple XML based API. Our developer area provides documentation and code examples.
RCA markets an Internet radio. Rather than install and maintain a small embedded voice, they recognized the power and cost savings of “streaming” dozens of high-quality voices from the VoiceForge speech server.
Anshe Chung is the leading developer in the virtual world IMVU. Despite the rich graphical environment, users type to chat and bubbles appear above their heads. VoiceForge enabled live audio and dozens of surrogate voices for avatars. The online delivery model means there’s no software for users to download.
Phone.com markets a viral call service called Phone Dot™. They required novel character voices to capture the attention of a savvy Web 2.0 audience. The VoiceForge online service converts custom Phone Dot text into voice in real-time and then Phone.com’s advanced telephony servers call recipients and play the personalized message.