For a very limited time, Voice Dream Reader – Text to Speech is on sale for $4.99 – 50% discount

If you like books, this is a must have application for your device. Voice Dream Reader turns every book you own into an audiobook. You can listen to whatever you want, wherever you want. You don’t have to wait nor do you have to pay the massive expensive of audiobooks. Simply load your book into Voice Dream and listen to it any time. I’ve listened to the Classics downloaded off Gutenberg as well as book ordered off Amazon. Voice Dream supports Dropbox which makes it incredibly easy to import your books. And just because a book comes from Amazon doesn’t mean you can’t listen to it. Voice Dream can’t directly read those pesky DRM protected .MOBI files, but with the power of Calibre you can easily convert them so you can listen to anything you buy off Amazon.

Voice Dream is a great app to have while working around the house, mowing the lawn or driving in the car. I’ve listened to a lot of new books this year while getting all my chores done. Normally the price is $9.99, but for this festive holiday season the price has dropped to $4.99. This is about the cost of a single book. There is a nice stream of updates from the author and a wide selection of voices. If you want to listen to your books regardless of what you’re working on, Voice Dream is a must have.

For a very limited time, Voice Dream Reader – Text to Speech is on sale for $4.99 – 50% discount

If you want more details about my impressions of the reader check out this article:

Voice Dream–My Impressions After Listening for a few Hours

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