With this app you can read with your favorite actors

The website below belongs to the “fake” part of the internet, meaning in the sense that we can put sentences into the mouth of the selected character that they never actually said.

A simple and fun website for FakeYou, which undertakes to narrate the texts we describe with different characters. The page has a minimalist look. In a text box, enter the text in English and then select a character. The list is very extensive, so much so that there is even a grouping by category.

You can choose an actor, a famous person, a cartoon character, and then a Speak button must be clicked. Then we have to wait a bit and then the service will generate the sound. You can start the “read” on a small player by clicking on the arrow.

Audio can also be downloaded in WAV format. To do this, click on the three dots on the right side of the “player” and a Download option to choose. But not only from here we can initiate the download, but also from Permalink & Download also by clicking on the label. Here you can also see interesting details, such as the so-called sound reproduction (spectrogram) of the text, as well as information about the creator of the sound.

Source: HVG

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