RHVoice is a free and open-source multilingual speech synthesizer.
Its developers hope to give more visually impaired people the ability to use a good free synthesis voice reading in their native language with their screen reader. We are especially interested in supporting those languages for which there are currently no good voices that could be used with a screen reader.
The creator of RHVoice, Olga Yakovleva, is blind herself. And many of the contributors to the RHVoice project, both programmers and non-programmers, are blind or partially sighted.
Where can RHVoice be used?
- On Windows with NVDA and any SAPI 5 compatible program.
- On Android with TalkBack and other text-to-speech apps.
- On Linux with Orca.
See the installation instructions for more details.
Which languages are supported?
All the currently supported languages are listed Here.
We are working on new voices
LouderPages - languages with poor existing tts support.
RHVoice Lab - Russian and other languages.