It would be cool if you dint have to take the efforts to read anything yourself,instead someone would read out the entire stuff for you,wouldn’t it?Well the problem is who will do the reading for you in this busy world,right?Well those with the smartphones might have this technology at hand already,but for the rest we have this site for you, CarryoutText
CarryoutText can turn text into MP3 files you can then listen to on your iPod, Zune, or other portable MP3 player, or burn to a CD to listen to in the car.
There are two choices for converting your text to an MP3 file: You can either upload a Word, PowerPoint, PDF, XML, TXT, CSV or HTML file, or you can paste text directly into the converter.
For trial I pasted my recent post on Top Five Webhosts. I left the default reading speed, but you can adjust how fast or slow CarryoutText reads your document if the reader is too fast or too slow for your taste. After you have made your selections, click Submit to Process.
Larger files take a few minutes to convert to MP3 files.
Eventually, a page will appear where you can download your file. Click the big white arrow in the green circle to download it.
Our file read nicely at an easy to understand pace with a mature, but smooth, female voice. The file was a bit robotic sounding, which is probably to be expected.
Right now it is completely free, but this may change when the site emerges from Beta testing. So make the most out of it while it is still free! 🙂