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No Microphone? No Problem! Text-to-Speech is Available

The Voice Spice service now has text-to-speech capability with 14 languages supported. You no longer need a microphone to create a voice message that can be shared on a number of social media sites



Simply type a message in the text box, and we'll convert it into a voice message. You can then post your voice message to any number of social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, and more!

The text-to-speech system supports 14 languages including, English, Spanish, Chinese, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Portuguese, Norwegian, Finnish, Polish, and Russian.

We're always interested in what you're thinking. So have fun and type away!

Creating Your own Voice Surveys

Have you ever wanted to get opinions from your friends on a certain topic or just want to get to know your online acquaintances better? 
A number of our Voice Spice users have started creating "Voice Tag" games where someone creates a set of questions and then passes it to a group of people to answer using just their own recorded voice. This is an exciting trend that is happening on Facebook, Twitter, and E-mail. Like a game of phone tag, the answers just keep on getting more and more interesting as the questions are shared with more people. 

We've created a special page just for creating your on voice surveys and starting your own game of voice tag. Check out this link to https://voicespice.com/VoiceTag/.  Give it whirl and let us know what you think!

Adding Spice to Travel

I just recently got back from a trip to UK and France. It was about five weeks of exploring the streets of Paris, neighborhoods of Lyon, and some interesting and historical sites in England and Scotland. It was a lot of fun, So much good food, interesting people, and wonderful places to visit.



I decided to give Voice Spice a go on some of places where my data connection was less than ideal. I did this not only because of the fascinating scenery in some of these more remote locations, but to test to see how the application handles dodgy connections. Overall, it did quite well even on low-bandwidth connections. On one occasion I made a recording on a train from Lyon to the airport using the on-board wifi.  

Later on while travelling through Inverness, Scotland, I made a recorded a clip on a boat while searching for "Nessy" the Lochness Monster.  We didn't find her, but I did have a good time exploring Urquhart Castle on the other side of the lake. 



Further north, I took a detour through northern Scotland up to the Orkney Islands. Recording in these remote areas was not a problem.  One highlight of the Orkney's was visiting one of the oldest and well-preserved villages in the world Skara Brae. Not too bad for 5,000 year-old real state.



Back home now, I can say that Voice Spice was a very convenient and reliable way of creating a voice message even in the most remote areas of the world.