neXt biggest thing – Reader


I had downloaded few podcast from the Internet  while I was traveling from home to office and was hooked on to my Ipod. The thing which I felt was I had to download some 600 MB – 1GB of mp3 files from the Internet and the whole purpose serves for couple of hours, where the content is not searchable unless or until categorized

How about Screen readers for portable devices?
Imagine all I need to carry is my Ipod/Mobile Phone/Palm top etc and store text contained file format like Word document, PDF or just plain text file.
And an application which could  read the text like the screen reader.

Benefits:
File size small
content searchable

If you are traveling next time, you would go to the internet browse the required page, convert the same to text file, and Voila you document reader does the job for you.

Currently an alternative option is available you could download this free software from Zabaware, choose your required text content to be converted to wav file and choose 3rd party program to convert the wav to MP3 file and copy to your Ipod or other portable devices.

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One thought on “neXt biggest thing – Reader

  1. Oh yeah, an all purpose screen reader would be super handy. The only devices which can do something like this now are extremely bulky. The Zune should have intergrated this feature, then they might have had a fighting chance.

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