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Every American should read this and know the answers. Very easy and east to read. Even if you are an American citizen you should read this.
I have tried to begin this book in different devices. It always opens Landscape mode and there is no option to turn it around. WHen I rotate my device it rotates too!! The content might be useful, but the only method I can create sense of this book is if I print it! What a waste! The purpose of buying an ebook is the "e" part!!!
Purchased to see what was needed and whether I could pass. Amazing book to refresh my memory and share with grandchildren. It is a nice clear print and simple to read.
Some typos throughout the book that can throw you off a bit. Otherwise it's a amazing study tool.
Amazing question/answer format. Simple to comprehend. Recommend. Also recommend flash cards with it.
I gifted this to a very sweet lady. She loves it and said it is a very amazing tool to prepare her for her test. I would recommend this book.
I completely LOVE the phonetic quality of this TTS. The stuttering, sputtering, pausing of the voice renders it absolutely useless for my needs. So I hold the Android device TTS because at least it can be understood. The seconds-long pauses between syllables is horrible.
If I had to actually buy it with my own money, I would be very disappointed but I used Play Credits I'd gotten through doing google surveys. Much less polished voices than the IVONA voices and about par with Google voices. Very digital sounding voices and quality decreases with pitch change and speed. I guess I can use it for navigation but for actual "reading", I don't think I could deal with the digital sound.
It's value for cash -- sure some problems, pauses etc, but it costs about a buck, much less than Acapella, but it runs on more advanced versions of Android device so it keeps reasonably up to date; but it's got a large data file -- heaps of probs with that, which no doubt contribute to its slowness at times, but hey, that price!
This voice is by far the best female US voice available from Cereproc. It is, for the most part, clear and understandable (with a few exceptions for standalone short words and oddities like "hmm" and so on). Its largest downfall and the reason I cannot use it as a everyday communication aid is its inability, like the other voices, to adjust based on punctuation - specifically asking questions. This is essential for any regularly used TTS engine. That said, this voice shows promise, so I will leave it installed in the hope that the developers will add this capability in the future.
I have been using this voice for a while. I really like the quality of it. I have one problem however that kept it from geting the 5 star rating and this is for all cereeproc voices. They don't handle huge blocks of text to well. I have had to reset my phone because of the times where one of these voices has crashed while reading a huge block of text. They can be a bit slgish at times. If Cereproc fixes this issue these voices will obtain the rating they dserve
The voice itself sounds nice and does have its own character, but speech often has audible distortions and punctuation doesn't seem to affect the inflection of the voice the method it should. That said, this is my current TTS voice so I'm really hoping for it to improve.
I really like the sound of her voice, but ended up uninstalling it and going back to the Ivona Amy Brittish voice because when reading my ebooks, she would frequently spell out common words. And it didn't create a difference if they were longer words or shorter word.
I really can't understand the 1-star reviews. My ear convinces me that this reliable voice/engine far exceeds SVOX, Ivona, and Google in natural sound and pronunciation. I'd like to have a means to tweak occasional mispronunciations (similar to what SVOX had), but am otherwise very happy. Hope the dev's won't be discouraged. (LG G4, 6.0)
When I upgraded my Samsung S6 phone to Android device 7.0, its supplied Samsung TTS Engine lost access to most of its High-Quality Voices. So to be able to download a high-def voice from a 3rd party, seems to be quite convenient for me. And this one does sound better, than the Standard-Quality Voices from Samsung or Google do.
I have purchased several of the Cereproc TTS voices. The sound quality is amazing but they seem somewhat flat. They do not answer amazing to tags such as exclamation points, quotation marks and question marks. I am hoping an modernize will fix this.
Her voice sounds the best out of all the female voice TTS aps ive heard. I tried IVONA and SVOX. They are just ok. This brand sounds the best. The are more natural voices. Not glitchy. I use this for my GPS and my voice alarm clock.
She is a amazing lecturer. We use this application in our worship services and its like we have a priestess there with us. We actually call her Mother Katherine because of how much we utilize her to recite the liturgy and bible readings. A must have app.
This application reads words more distinctly than the Isabella one by the same company, but there is a weird "garbly, glitchy" sounding thing when reading longer sentences that can create it nearly impossible to understand. It has potential, but for now, ths simply is not usable for a everyday communication aid.
The only problem I have is that the voice is not always recognised by Google Maps, sometimes it switches between the default voice and Katherine and other times I only hear the default. I've had the same problem with other phones and other voices so I'm guessing the problem is not with this application but perhaps Maps or even Android device itself.
This is probably one of the better TTS apps out there. But it's still farrrrr from being really good. There are far too a lot of words that she just can't say intelligibly. Can't the developers add a feature that lets the end-user shoot them fast notifications when we search a word that she can't say properly, so they can then add that word to her vocabulary?!
It does work, however does not sound any where close to that voice of the demo; that's the reason I bought it, because I am tired and sick of all the other "robotic like" apps. I do not recomend, worked with pitch and speed rate but no improvement.
Comparing this voice make batter to Ivona, I am very confident in the choice of voice make batter software I have chosen, having experienced the voices for over a week it has been a delight to witness & be a part of this fresh revolution of genuine and realistic human-sounding Android device devices courtesy of Cereproc & Ivona. It really does create a difference and is definitely a better experience to hear your device talk back to you like a human instead of a robot. I thank you.
Really wonderful, much better than stock standard android device TTS. Used for listening to textbooks through e-book reader. Only problem (not sure if e-book application or this app) but it merges sentence with citations. E.g. no pause between sentences that end with .^12 citation. Very distracting. Otherwise wonderful. :D
Up until my devices started running Lollipop, I had been using SVOX classic and the US English "Michael" voice for my TTS on all of my devices. SVOX hasn't been updated in years though and will not run on Lollipop. It was at that point that I discovered CereProc and this voice. The Adam voice sounds quite natural and while I was very happy with SVOX's Michael voice, I think that CereProc's Adam voice sounds just a bit more natural. I am only rating this application 4 stars though because it is missing a setting that SVOX had and it is a setting that I greatly miss. SVOX allowed for a volume setting specifically for their TTS voices. I had mine set at 160% because TTS voices generally play at a volume lower than the media, system or notifications volume. It would be amazing if CereProc could provide a method to separately adjust the volume of their TTS voices.
I was just looking for a male voice for the maps application for navigation and this is what I needed. God that female voice is annoying. A male voice is more soothing while I'm driving. I only gave this 4 stars because I just purchased it but if I like it a month from now I'll give it one more star.