Listen to Pocket - Lisgo is the text to speech app for the web
By Umemoto Non
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
for iOS11, Voicepaper 2 will be released soon for Lisgo users since Lisgo won't work on iOS11. Voicepaper 2 supports Pocket, Dropbox, Evernote and Copy and Paste to import texts and web pages. Please submit your email here to get notified when it's available. bit.ly/voicepaper2
Lisgo reads web articles saved in Pocket aloud to you with a natural-sounding voice.
With Lisgo, You can enjoy interesting articles while you're cooking, exercising, or commuting.
◆Supported language voices?
English, Japanese, German, Spanish, French, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Italian.
◆What is Pocket?
Pocket(formerly Read It Later) is a free service which allows you to save articles you encounter online.
◆How do I use Pocket?
Create your account for free at http://getpocket.com.
Then, install Pocket's browser extension or a bookmarklet on your browser, so you can save articles to your Pocket queue in one click.
Pocket is also integrated in many kinds of apps for News, RSS, and Twitter including Flipboard, Reeder, Tweetbot.
For example, if you're using Twitter, you can configure it so that links embedded in a post can be sent to Pocket in two clicks.
With Lisgo, you can fetch your Pocket reading list, and listen to them on the go.
◆Does Lisgo support RSS feeds, Instapaper, or other services?
Lisgo only supports Pocket.
By the way, if you use https://ifttt.com/, you can import newly updated RSS feeds into Pocket automatically.
What's New in Version 1.44
on iOS11, download Voicepaper 2 https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1273954643.
*Why Voicepaper 2?
Hi, I had been updating the original Voicepaper and Lisgo until iOS6 era, and since iOS7 came out, I couldn't update it because of iOS7 bugs technical reasons. Since then, I couldn't update it and stopped updating it because of tech, voice engine contracts, and cost reasons.
Since then, I'd been paying the Voice engine fees and only doing user support, but a lot of people still keep downloading Voicepaper and Lisgo even though they are old iOS6 eran apps.
in 2017, I decided to develop a new text to speech app from a scratch using a different voice engine for Voicepaper and Lisgo users by combining Pocket, Evernote and Dropbox supports.
Finally, in Sep 2017, I could release Voicepaper 2 just before iOS11 release.
It supports 25 languages with male and female voices without additional purchases, and you can edit pronunciations too.
Speaking of voice engine, if I use enhanced voices, I personally like it better than the previous Voicepaper and Lisgo ones.
Because the previous Voicepaper and Lisgo had one-time purchase payment, please understand that you need to pay again to use Voicepaper 2 so that I can keep it developing in the future.
Love Lisgo! Music?
Hello, I absolutely love the Lisgo app. When I stumbled on it not too long ago it immediately became my favorite app because I am constantly on the go and it helps me keep up with my pocket repository of articles I am trying to keep up with. Thank you so much for creating the app!
I am very interested in having the ability to listen to music while listening to the Lisgo app. Is this a possibility at all? For instance, when I do text-to-voice on iOS it conveniently lowers the volume of any music I have playing in the background until the content is finished speaking and then raises the volume of the music again. It seems like that might be a core iOS app dev. functionality that could be triggered somehow?
Again, thank you, SO MUCH, for this amazing app. It is my absolute favorite.
Still most used app on my phone!
I found this app shortly after it became available two years ago and have used it daily since -- more than any other app on my iPhone. It's simple and straightforward. I've tried a lot of other similar apps but only Lisgo does what I want it to.
Here's how I use it; maybe it'll help others:
I've set up Newsify in article list. I long press titles that are of interest and they are automatically sent to Pocket.
After refreshing content and starting the audio, I keep Lisgo in article list too, and swipe right to delete articles when I'm done with them.
If I want to save any articles for future reference I don't swipe them. At the end of the day, I open Pocket and send those remaining articles to Pinboard, tagging them on their way, and then deleting them.
I use Pushpin to access my Pinboard archives.
I seem to have lost the dark mode availability in Lisgo on my new iPhone 6... I hope that feature will be returned. Thanks.
Love, Love, Love this app.
I hope the developer will update this app for future iOS upgrades. I used to use Lisgo just fine on my ipad2 with minimal storage. Now I have an iPad Pro with lots of storage. I'm a senior citizen who listens at night when I cannot sleep well and the continual play feature is even better than the voice option in the Pocket App. With Pocket you have to start every new audio article yourself. With Lisgo, the articles load themselves for hours. Of,course, you need Pocket for Lisgo to tap into. Nonetheless, Lisgo is pure genius. Thank you Lisgo!
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- Category: News
- Updated: Nov 19, 2013
- Version: 1.44
- Size: 10.4 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: Umemoto Non
- © Non Umemoto
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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