PDF Text to Speech
Use our “PDF Read” feature to read out loud PDF documents. With our natural and realistic voice generator text to speech supporting 90 languages, with 600 voices, you can transform written content into audible form, making it more accessible and convenient to consume.
Listen to PDF documents using Narakeet, providing a great alternative way to consume content for multitaskers or those on the go.
Read PDF Out Loud
In just a few minutes, you will get an audio version of your PDF. Download the audio, and play it in any audio player to listen to a pdf document.
Important PDF to speech converter limitations
At the moment, Narakeet can only read PDF documents out loud if they have text embedded into the document, and not just vectors for printing. PDF creation apps can turn the document into vector shapes and optimize it for printing, without keeping the embedded text. Documents like that require optical character recognition (OCR) for reading - effectively scanning images back into text. Although we plan to support reading pdf out loud using OCR in the future, this is not directly possible with Narakeet.
To read out loud PDF using Narakeet, make sure it still contains text, and not just vector shapes.
If you would like to be notified when it becomes possible to use text to speech for PDF documents containing only vector shapes (with OCR), get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
PDF to Speech Free
You can use Narakeet as a PDF to speech app, and read a pdf out loud without even registering. Narakeet allows you convert 20 files into audio for free. After that, you can sign up for one of our paid plans and continue using our text to speech PDF reader.
Text to Speech PDF
Read the text from a PDF document aloud, and turn PDF documents into podcasts or audiobooks easily. Our PDF text to speech reader has many usages, from reading essays and papers while running, to making it possible for people with visual impairments or dyslexia to consume the content from PDF articles.
PDF to speech converter
Narakeet is an app that reads PDF out loud, as well as many other types of documents (Word, RTF, EPUB and many others). You can use our pdf to speech converter easily online. Our PDF text to speech reader is perfect for people who are slow readers, or have difficulty reading, as it provides an accessible way to consume information from written files. In addition, it can be a helpful tool for those who want to multitask and listen to their documents while doing other activities.
How to read out loud a PDF file?
Narakeet TTS text to speech makes it easy to read out loud PDF documents. You can upload a PDF document to our text to voice converter by clicking on the “Upload Document” button. Make sure to check the content of the PDF - especially to remove any page headers or footers, then click “Create Audio” to convert the PDF to MP3 or WAV file.
You can convert PDF to MP3 for small files, or create uncompressed WAV files for professional use such as broadcasting or audiobooks.
How to listen to a PDF document?
Listen to a PDF document easily by using Narakeet. Our life-like speech synthesizers can read out loud PDF in 90 using 600. Just upload your document to our text to audio tool, and experience a convenient, hands-free way to consume content. Our cutting-edge technology ensures that the generated speech maintains proper intonation, pacing, and clarity, providing you with an enjoyable and immersive listening experience.
With Narakeet, you can customize the narration style to suit your preferences or match the document’s context, giving you a personalized listening experience. You can use multiple voices when reading the document, adjust the reading speed to match your focus, and add pauses to make the content easier to consume. Mnd modify many other properties of the PDF audio reader, including voice pitch and volume.
Narakeet helps you create text to speech voiceovers, turn Powerpoint presentations and Markdown scripts into engaging videos. It is under active development, so things change frequently. Keep up to date: RSS, Slack, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok