PDF Voice Reader Aloud 4+

Text to speech


Designed for iPad

    • 4.0 • 752 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



PDF Voice Reader is perfect for people with dyslexia and having difficulty reading.

This application will also help students, as well as anyone who values their time and all book lovers. It helps to take the load off your eyes and allows you to use your time more efficiently, as it allows you to listen to your documents during walks, trips on public transport and other activities. A convenient way to manage bookmarks makes it possible to save important pages for easy access, and the color palette of the text makes it possible to effectively monitor the spoken text.

PDF Voice Reader is suitable for all lovers of reading. The ability to adjust the playback speed for yourself makes the process more comfortable. Built-in color illumination of spoken words, with a color selection option, makes it possible to effectively monitor the text being read.

With the app, you can play any PDF files that are stored on your device, in email attachments, as well as in cloud storage such as Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud and iTunes File Sharing.

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What’s New

Version 5.6.3

• Bug fixes, performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
752 Ratings

752 Ratings

Adamoxv5 ,

Incredibly helpful, not very intuitive

I use this program so I can listen to pdf versions of my school books. It saves so much time I wouldn’t be able to do as well without it. It’s handy being able to wash dishes out mow the lawn while basically going thorough college. However it reads tables down which makes the information nearly indecipherable and it mispronounces many simple words so I have to use context a little more to understand what the program is speaking. I’ll keep using it because I need it but it could definitely use an upgrade.
Thanks for a great product!

Peter in Japan ,

Perfectly reads PDFs to me

When I realized I could save some time having my phone read PDF files I needed to review weekly to me (they are unreadable because the screen is too small), I searched and found this program immediately. All I can say is, it’s nearly perfect: full control over voice and speed, it highlights the word as it reads it, making it easy to follow along, and doesn’t halt for no reason like the built in iPhone reading functionality does.

Two improves might be, a) to allow me to read websites or sources not stored locally or in iCloud/Dropbox, and b) try to improve the pauses. The iOS voice reading system is kind of dumb, thinking that the period in 3.14 is a period in a sentence and requires a pause, and line feeds (which signify a new section in the text) should certainly get a pause as they are not part of the sentence in the line above.

But very good work. Best of all it’s a one-time purchase, not an ongoing subscription.

reloew ,

For a free version it’s great

A few points that I don’t like in it:
- Doesn’t allow to use waze at the same time, even with waze’s voice command turned off.
- you can’t point in the page where to read. It also doesn’t show in which part of the page it is.
- It has a few mistakes. For exemple, it reads “we’re” like “W E re”.

App Privacy

The developer, Storch, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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