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Azure Speech Service, MS Azure Speech Service
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Overview

Google Cloud Text-to-Speech converts text into human-like speech in more than 180 voices across 30+ languages and variants. It applies groundbreaking research in speech synthesis (WaveNet) and Google's powerful neural networks to deliver high-fidelity audio. With this easy-to-use API, you can create lifelike interactions with your users that transform customer service, device interaction, and other applications.

Easily add real-time speech-to-text capabilities to your applications for scenarios like voice commands, conversation transcription, and call center log analysis.

Tailor your speech recognition models to adapt to users’ speaking styles, expressions, and unique vocabularies, and to accommodate background noises, accents, and voice patterns.

Build smart apps and services that speak to users naturally with the Text to Speech service. Convert text to audio in near real time, tailor to change the speed of speech, pitch, volume, and more.

Give your application a one-of-a-kind, recognizable brand voice using custom voice models. Simply record and upload training data, and the service will create a unique voice font tuned to your recording.

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Home Depot, Paypal, Target, HSBC, McKesson
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Top Industries
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Comms Service Provider31%
Computer Software Company18%
Educational Organization6%
Retailer5%
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Comms Service Provider25%
Computer Software Company22%
Government6%
Educational Organization5%
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Small Business25%
Midsize Enterprise21%
Large Enterprise54%
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Small Business21%
Midsize Enterprise19%
Large Enterprise61%

Google Cloud Text-to-Speech is ranked 2nd in Text-To-Speech Services with 1 review while Microsoft Azure Speech Service is ranked 3rd in Text-To-Speech Services. Google Cloud Text-to-Speech is rated 7.0, while Microsoft Azure Speech Service is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Google Cloud Text-to-Speech writes "Easy to set up and great for various languages but the sentiment analysis needs work". On the other hand, Google Cloud Text-to-Speech is most compared with Amazon Polly and IBM Watson Text To Speech, whereas Microsoft Azure Speech Service is most compared with Google Cloud Speech-to-Text, Amazon Transcribe, Amazon Polly and IBM Watson Speech To Text.

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