Realmac Software has released an update for Voice Box, bringing it to version 1.2. Voice Box is a speech utility designed for speaking text as it is being written. The update ships with improved text features and bug fixes. According to Realmac Software
Realmac Software releases Voice Box 1.2 for Mac OS X.
VoiceBox alows your Mac to speak text as you type and also save the text out as a spoken sound file.
You can even modify the voices using pitch and rate. In this latest update to Voice Box we have added full Applescript support, so now any function within the app can be scripted.
Whatis new in version 1.2:
- Text highlights as it is spoken
- Added full control over text
- Fixed registration bug
- Added more example Applescripts
- Updated Manual
- Minor bug fixes and enhancements
You can find more information about the Voice Box update at the Realmac Software Web site. Voice Box 1.2 is available for US$10.00.