Google's Text-to-speech (TTS) is an accessibility feature that's long been a part of Android. It's a screen reader that can read aloud anything currently on display, a vital utility for users who are blind or partially-sighted. TTS isn't updated very often, but when it is it's usually to add something meaningful. The last update added support for new languages, as well as pronunciation and intonation improvements. We've now been made aware that there's an also an experimental always-on language detection switch, available to those using Android O.Read More
Android O feature spotlight: Text-to-speech has an experimental always-on language detection option was written by the awesome team at Android Police.