Text Speaker Star + Export is a text speaker utility, and it can export voice to MP3 and AIFF.
It is easy to change the voice, rate, volume and so on. It is convenient to start, stop, pause, continue and selectively speaking.
It can speak after you set the time and be used to remind you.
10.9 or later will be able to support more voice. You can go to System Preferences->Speech->System Voice->Customize... and choose your favorite voice to download for free. When the download is complete rerun the program, it will appear in voice list.
10.9 or later support these languages: English, Chinese, Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish , Swedish, Thai, Turkish.
Support input format: TXT, RTF, RTFD, DOC, DOCX, HTML, XHTML, WEBARCHIVE.
Support output format: AIFF, MP3.
● Contact us
If you have any questions, you can contact us by email.
Email address : email@example.com.
Fixed a bug.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not able to add more voices/ no support when emailed
The program works well, and the export capibility is great. The voices are very bad, the default seems to be about the best english speaking voice I could find. I purchased the program becuase it was listed that I could import the voices from my macbook, which did not work. I emailed support for help on this and a I never received a reply. It could have been a 5 star application if it could use the voices on my macbook.
The voices are the same as the other apps…all bad.
The real benefit of this app is the ability to export. The voices are bad. It needs clearer voices, some with foriegn accents for voice mail.
Seems not to work; VERY sketchy web link
Can’t get it to open (maybe incompatible with High Sierra) — after paying for it. THEN the adventure began: I clicked the developer’s web link and was taken to a picture of a naked lady and an invitation to join the game. I have no objections to naked ladies, but was actually trying to reach the developer (and I pretty sure it’s not the lady). That was via Safari. I tried three other browsers (Chrome, Vivaldi, and FireFox), and each one showed a page inviting me tro install an extension for “web safety.” Yeah, right.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.