Saturday, June 10, 2017 2:44:51 AM

Public campaign for Urdu TTS, please support us!

As you know, the Urdu is one of the biggest language of the world, but still there is no efficient  Text-to-speech engine available for any platform. There are many languages in the field of TTS, those are covered by many famous companies who are running their TTS solutions in the market. But none of them is paying attention towards Urdu language.

So in the first step, we are requesting Google to add Urdu language in their android's text-to-speech engine called "google TTS". For this purpose, we have started a petition on Change.org. This petition required supporters as much as possible, from all over the world to build a strongest impression. So we would like that you, as the BHP lover, sign this petition by visiting the following link. If you are not the Urdu speaker, even then sign this patition just for the sake of social cause, and for helping your visually impaired community. Don't worry, they will not ask any private information - you will just need to enter your e-mail and comment while signing the petition. Also copy the link from the address bar after visiting that page, and share in your circle, and ask your contacts to contribute towards this campaign. You can also directly share the petition to the various social media networks from that page as well.

So, Let's do it now and here!:

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This is Hamza, an admin from the BHP team. I am here to provide information regarding the Urdu Screen Reader and discuss some initial responses from the officials.

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