Acapela.tv Announces New Member Features
TMCnet Contributing Editor
Acapela.tv, described by its adoring officials as "the sparkling, talkative, playground, proud to count over 60 million talking cards created by its enthusiastic fans," has announced
new features for members.
Evidently, according to company officials, "the ever-growing community of acapela.tv users is demanding new features and games to keep sharing the fun with family and friends." So of course acapela.tv has responded to that, everybody wants to keep the fun going, after all, and the company "is launching its Premium channel, now on air, broadcasting to a screen near you."
Acapela.tv comes in three modes -- free and unregistered, free and registered and Premium. Each step up in mode adds content and features, as is to be expected. The Premium offers a no-ads interface, more content, more features, more texts and "much more... for a nominal yearly subscription."
And to celebrate the launch of acapela.tv Premium, acapela.tv Premium content will be available to all, absolutely free, until January 31st. After that... well, let's not spoil the fun now.
In September TMC (News
) had the news
that acapela.tv, the portal developed by Acapela Group (News
) to "showcase lively and original ways to use speech synthesis," had taken another step towards "growing up."
The new version of acapela.tv offers fans who daily share talking messages the possibility to create their own account and participate even more fully in "the captivating, talkative acapela.tv experience."
The change let users join the community and "enjoy acapela.tv's talkative, animated world! Acapela.tv offers the Internet user the possibility to make smart and free use of Acapela text to speech, which transforms written text into spoken words in real time. The Internet user types in his/her own words -- in any of the 23 languages available -- which are then instantly vocalized by Acapela. A single click brings the message to life and gives it meaning, as immediate and effective as the spoken word."
David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David's articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.
Edited by Juliana Kenny
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