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    • 3.1 • 31 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



AppCoustic® tableread Production App.

The AppCoustic® tableread Production App is a free*, easy-to-use film and television productivity mobile application that allows you to read and listen to scripts, including screenplays and teleplays on mobile devices - anytime, anywhere. Simply import a professionally formatted script in PDF or Final Draft FDX format and listen.

Upgrade to Pro for further functionality. Listen to scripts as read by over 45 unique character voices and add an inspiring soundtrack from a library of genre specific scores. Create and export script notes and utilize powerful rehearsal features.

From script to screen the AppCoustic® tableread Production App is a must have for the entire production process.

• Imports professionally formatted scripts directly from PDF.
• Imports Final Draft files in FDX format.
• Formats scripts for viewing in mobile devices.
• Read and listen to scripts.
• Skip to next or previous scene/ page or line.
• Access online help via the Help Menu or contact the developers directly.
• Open tableread Ready Script Projects. (Script Projects exported from the AppCoustic® tableread Production App).

Share your thoughts with the tableread Production App by leaving a review here in the Apple App Store or by contacting us via Facebook (/tablereadPro) or Twitter (@tablereadPro).

AppCoustic® tableread Production App Pro (tableread Pro) subscription plan advantages:

• Assign unique character voices (45+ voices).
• Customize all voices via rate and shape.
• Select voices by gender and age.
• Create script notes.
• Make simple script edits.
• Read and listen to script notes.
• Export and share script notes and edits.
• Incorporate genre specific scores (20+ tracks).
• Scores can dynamically dim under dialogue and peak over action.
• Rehearsal features including character selections, scene/s selection and looping, pause for me to deliver then read, mute rehearsal dialogue and play rehearsal scenes only.
• Playback rate toggle, to read at a standard or faster pace.

The AppCoustic® tableread Production App subscription plan is available as:

• tableread Pro monthly for $2.99(USD).

Subscriptions include a standard 7 day free trial period. Subscriptions will be charged unless cancelled at least 24-hours before the end of the free trial period. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Subscriptions are automatically renewed unless cancelled at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication. You will not be able to cancel a subscription during the active period. Manage your subscriptions in your Account Settings after purchase.

* Free products and services are subject to the AppCoustic® tableread Production App terms of use that accompany them.

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What’s New

Version 5.6.3

We've found and fixed a random crash bug.
Fixxed an error in the calculation of the footer margin.

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

Brandon_219 ,

(updated) need pro version but it's a valuable tool

They don't make it clear but you need to buy the pro version if you don't want it to read dialogue names. I have noticed with so far just one screenplay what other people said about it crashing, I suspect because of the multiple instances of dual dialogue in that particular screenplay that it couldn't process - it gets everything right except for dual dialogue - and the voices don't sound natural except for Harold as the narrator - I'm guessing his voice got the most developer attention - but even in speaking roles he too doesn't sound very natural. It's okay, though. It gets the job done. You just need to hear words read to you, firstly in a voice different from the one in your head to see how it sounds to someone unfamiliar with the material, and secondly just to get through a read-through of your or even other work faster. Without aid, just reading at my own pace, I can get bored or tired. This way I can follow along. They say the best teaching tool is to read more scripts. Well, this way you can. I'm not giving a full 5 stars because I think the voices could sound a bit more natural. I think Harold as the narrator proves that. Nonetheless it is still a very valuable tool and worth the very little that it costs.

Developer Response ,

Hi Brandon.
Did you get my message about reading names in Settings? It's a part of the PRO version.

Elle McGee ,

Great app and fast response

The app had a glitch when you couldn’t upload the pdf- but a few days later I noticed an update. When I reached out via the help feature - they were swift to respond and kind to answer! Have been using this app on and off for a few years now- tbh the best app for rehearsing before an audition, a scene, or shoot!

Moze45 ,

Exceedingly useful

I’ve read critical reviews, but I cannot corroborate the issues. If you format a script according to industry standard, use of the app couldn’t be easier. Of course what’s at the core is the hearing sides read in different voices. That gets at composition, and that’s where the power of this app lies. If you want to write plays or screen plays, this app is a must-have compositional aid.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback Moze45.
We are in the process of adding functionality to edit a line within the app. So you don't have to keep importing a script for minor changes.
Our third party voices partner has also supplied us with an updated version and new hi-res voices.
The down side will be that previously downloaded voices will need to be downloaded again :(.
If you would like to join out testing program them email us at

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