Google Cloud Text-to-speech with 32 different voices is now available for developers

Google Cloud Text-to-speech will feature 32 different voices which will be available in 12 different languages and variants

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Google the tech giant currently uses DeppMind's text-to-speech engine to power up its AI (Google Assistant) and for Google Maps direction. The technology is one of the best when it comes to the performance metrics. Now some report is surfacing over the web that users might soon be able to see the Text-to-cloud engine on third-party products as Google now has made the engine available for the developers.

Google Cloud Text-to-speech with 32 different voices is now available

 

As per some reports from the internet, the Cloud Text-to-speech will feature 32 different voices which will be available in 12 different languages and variants. Further, the developers will also be able to make further customization on the pitch, speaking rate and volume gain of the MP3 or WAV formats file which the service produces to add a personalized touch to the Text-to-speech engine.

Further, it is being also reported that the Cloud Text-to-speech API would be priced on a monthly basis which would depend on the number of the characters sent to the service to convert in Audio. That said about the Cloud Text-to speech development, we will keep you updated with the further information related to the Google Text-to-speech engine and other app developments.

Google Cloud Text-to-speech with 32 different voices is now available

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