Answered By: Rebecca Oling Last Updated: May 02, 2017 Views: 233
- Text-to-speech (have text read aloud to you)
- Audio file generation (save that “read aloud” version for study or listening later)
- Word prediction (even works phonetically)
- Word definition
- Word translation
- Highlighting text
And many others. . .
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