Text to Speech Swahili

Swahili text to speech voices make it very easy to create Kiswahili voiceovers, audio and video materials and language lessons for audiences in East Africa. Use our online text to speech Swahili converter easily. Turn Swahili text to audio by uploading Word documents or PDF files, or make Swahili videos from Powerpoint presentations.

Swahili language, also called kiSwahili, is of three official languages of the East African Community countries, with native speakers in Tanzania, Kenya and Mozambique. It’s spoken by roughly 100 million people around the world.

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Try Swahili text to speech free online. No registration required.

Narakeet has 2 Swahili text to speech male and female voices. Play the video below (with sound) for a quick demo.


Swahili speech synthesis

Narakeet makes it easy to create videos and audio files with life-like audio from text. Get started with Swahili text to speech free. Select from one of our text-to-speech Swahili male and female voices below, and enter some text to create the audio.

In addition to these voices, Narakeet has 500+ text-to-speech voices in 80+ languages.

For more options (uploading Word documents, voice speed/volume controls, working with Powerpoint files or Markdown scripts), check out our Tools.

Swahili voiceovers

Swahili speech synthesizers can help you create audio and video files with realistic, natural-sounding AI voices, much faster and more conveniently than hiring Swahili voice talent. Here are some of the things Narakeet can help you create:

  • Swahili TTS voiceover for YouTube videos
  • TTS Swahili radio ads
  • Swahili text to speech MP3
  • Test to Speech Kiswahili language lessons
  • Kiswahili audio voiceover and public announcements

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

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