Well prepared and edited documents are critical to creating a good listening experience. Our deep learning algorithms use artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and machine learning to automate the editing process so you save time on editing documents for speech synthesis. Our algorithms and custom APIs have processed hundreds of documents through unique templates that identify, delete and eliminate irrelevant text for listening such as headers, footers, page numbers, and tables. We also go a step further with advanced content analysis to extract important points from your documents, summarizing what you need to know now.
Because converting emails, blogs, and documents to audio one at a time is just too much. Now, you can upload multiple files (or text) at once, creating an audio thread you can auto-play while at work, home, or on the road. Convert Doc, Docx, Text, PDF, Website URLs, and more into natural sounding audio!
Organize your threads using themed playlists -- for example, add your threads on workout routines, sleep, nutrition, and other relevant audio files into a single playlist. Or create a playlist with training threads used for onboarding new employees.
Want to share your collection of audio files with others? Create a thread or playlist and share it using email or Slack. There's no easier way to share articles with friends, documents with co-workers, or notes with business partners.
Say goodbye to monotonous robots and hello to natural-sounding AI. Choose between male and female voices and lexicons that resonate with your ears. Just log in to our web app or download the ioAudio mobile app to create and listen to your audio files anywhere. You're always in control of how you listen using advanced functions like fast rewind to the beginning and audio speed settings.
Listen to your emails while driving. Find contacts with the help of audio. And hear important dates on your calendar. This is all possible with the integrations we have with an ever-evolving list of email platforms, calendars, and contact lists.
Think of this as your way to "highlight" the important sections of an audio file. Placing markers enables you to create snippets so you can find key areas of an audio file later on. Plus, you can share the snippets with friends or co-workers who may find them useful.
Being productive is difficult when you're bombarded with emails, Slack messages, and documents throughout the day. Stop bogging yourself down -- use ioAudio to listen to text as you work, so you're always in the loop and one step ahead.
It's hard keeping up with your messages and favorite blogs. The house needs cleaning, meals need prepping, and it's leg day. When life happens, you can use ioAudio to listen while you handle business.
As an educator, you want to help your children learn the best they can. But certain disabilities can impair learning, especially when it comes time to read. Use ioAudio to help students with dyslexia become better readers. And prepare early learners to embrace the power of reading. Perfect for students from Pre-K to 12th grade.
Some disabilities stay with us past childhood. Dealing with adult dyslexia or vision impairment can make it challenging to read. But this doesn't mean you have to miss out -- listen to your favorite books, emails, and documents without the struggle (or embarrassment).
Long days, long weeks, no vacation time -- sound familiar? As a healthcare provider, you're always on the move, making it difficult to check emails, let alone read stacks of documents. Now, you can (securely) turn patient cases, support documents, pharmaceutical reports, etc., into mp3 files you can listen to while on the go.
Security is always an issue when it comes to sharing and reading documents. With ioAudio, you're only sharing your files with enhanced AI -- no humans needed to edit or provide voiceovers for the text-to-speech conversion. We're committed to maintaining security by becoming FedRAMP authorized.
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