I don't know about the Nokias.... but my old Kyocera handset has
a very advanced Japanese text -> Speech mechanism with
multiple voices speeds and it works great.
If you right phonetic English in Japanese, it works with
that too and its great.
I checked out the voices on that site.... They are actually WORSE than
my 3 year old Japanese phones, but with funky graphics of scary
looking people from different countries.
But from a coding standpoint, the software on a first try seems pretty stable and
coded well. Its also easy to use.... Just commenting on the voices. They
could have done that part a lot better, and the pictures could have been less
scary looking people.
Nick May wrote:
> I recently got a Japanese message on my keitai address (scroll down
> for the google translate version)
> It is clearly a con - no such service is in use, no such court papers
> exist, it is just a weak attempt to extort money. They are fairly
> common I assume.
> Naturally, I shall play along with it out of curiosity and for the
> entertainment value.
> It would be fun to see how far they will go....
> Any thoughts from Japan resident keitai-l'ers as to how most
> effectively to string them along, safely.... ?
> BTW - while I have flesh to plastic, a general link of use to anyone
> doing research on the Japanese net with less than perfect kanji
> skills, but ok listening.
> This will read Japanese text to you with pretty good intonation.
> come to think of it - how good is the JP text to speech available on
> various Nokia handsets?
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