With MyQueue.so, turn the articles that interest you online into an audio story for free and listen to them instead of reading them. They support Greek.
MyQueue.so is a free web application that you can use to convert iGuru articles to audio text and listen to them anytime. MyQueue automatically detects the language of the article so you can hear it in the voice of a native narrator. His Greek is with a female voice and is really very good, without any hiccups or dissonances. The application is accessible from your browser, so it does not require a specific operating system.
Often, users are in the habit of saving various articles for further reading, but notoriously forget about them and never revisit them in the future. With MyQueue you not only have the ability to return to them, but also listen to the written content in their native language while traveling, shopping, cooking, while working out at the gym and anywhere else.
Any written content on the web can be easily converted into audio and placed into your custom playlist, such as News, Working Papers, Sports Updates, Recipes and more. You can either visit the article and queue it using the MyQueue Chrome extension, or alternatively, you can add articles to the queue by simply pasting their URL. Let's take a brief look at how MyQueue works.
Step 1. Click on this link to go to MyQueue and sign up for free. You can either use your Google credentials, or a temporary email, such as yopmail.
You can simply log in instead of registering (click on login) with the information we have used: email email@example.com and password 12345678.
This will take you to the main MyQueue page where you start to queue your articles.
Step 2. Browse the web and copy the URL of the article you want to queue.
You can simply paste the url of that article you are reading now. Paste it into the text box and click “Save & listen”. Wait for some time until the app creates the audio story.
Once processing is complete, the saved article appears in the queue. The estimated time to listen to the article is also shown. Repeat this process for all the articles you want to add to the queue.
Step 3. You can choose to read the article by clicking the “Read” button. To listen to the article, click the “Listen” button and wait a while for the sound to be generated.
When you get the notification that the audio is ready to play, you can click the “Play” button in the right-hand panel that displays a summary of the article.
An easier way to queue articles is to install the MyQueue Google Chrome extension from this link . Of course, it works in all Chromium-based browsers (Brave, Opera, etc.).
Once installed, run the extension and log in using the same account you used earlier so that articles can be saved to the same queue.
Browse the web and navigate to the article you want to save and listen to later and run the extension by clicking the Extensions icon and selecting MyQueue. The current article will be automatically queued.
You can click "My queue" in the extension window to go to your queue and view all the saved articles. Repeat the same process for all the articles you want to save and listen to at your leisure.
However, he impressed us, as his Greek is very correct and you can happily listen to the articles that interest you.
There is some limit on large articles that we haven't figured out when it starts, but the service hasn't announced it either. In long articles the pronunciation does not start. It works fine for small ones. So my own articles that I like to develop, you probably won't hear about.
There is also a second limit that allows only 5 articles in the queue.