Mozilla Pocket app now reads you websites in a human-sounding voice - CNET

Pocket, which lets you save articles and videos to your devices to view later, is rolling out a redesign today with a new emphasis on listening to the items you save. The listen feature, which is powered by a new integration with Amazonís Polly text-to-speech service, is intended to turn your article queue into ďa personal podcast that you curate on your own,Ē CEO Nate Weiner says. Itís out today on iOS and Android. The company, which is owned by Mozilla, is also announcing its first Alexa skill. Add it to your Alexa-enabled device, and youíll be able to access your Pocket articles wherever you have a smart speaker. The redesign represents the first major visual change to Pocket since 2012 when the company first rebranded from its... Continue reading…

Mozilla Pocket app now reads you websites in a human-sounding voice - CNET

Now you can use the read-it-later app while you're jogging or driving.

Thu 11 Oct 18 from CNET

Pocketís reading app wonít sound so robotic now

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Thu 11 Oct 18 from TechCrunch

Pocket redesigns its mobile apps to emphasize listening

Pocket, which lets you save articles and videos to your devices to view later, is rolling out a redesign today with a new emphasis on listening to the items you save. The listen ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from The Verge

Pocket's redesigned app reads all your articles aloud with one tap

Mozilla's save-it-for-later Pocket app is about to become much more useful for uninterrupted reading... including those times when you don't want to look at a screen. The ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Engadget

Pocket will now read the internet aloud to you

The bookmarking service wants to help you read (or listen) deeply, without distraction. The internet today is so cluttered with stories, it’s hard to find–and keep track of–the ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Fastcompany Tech

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