Apple has consistently been at the forefront of innovation, and with the highly anticipated launch of their VR/AR glasses expected this year, it’s clear that they’re not slowing down. With text to speech functionality already available in all Apple devices, including the Apple Watch, it’s likely that this new product will continue to push the boundaries of accessibility and user experience. However, the built-in tools for text to speech are limited, prompting users to look for alternative apps to meet their needs.
SwiftUI: The Future of App Development for Apple Devices
As Apple moves forward with its new VR/AR glasses, it’s expected that apps for the device will need to be written in SwiftUI, a user interface toolkit that allows developers to design apps in a more efficient, interactive manner. At present, there’s no dedicated SwiftUI text to speech app for Apple devices, which means porting existing apps may be time-consuming and may not be immediately attractive to developers.
Speech Central: The First Complex Text to Speech App for Apple’s VR/AR Glasses
Thankfully, Speech Central is here to change the game. The popular text to speech app is currently being rebuilt in SwiftUI, with an expected launch in September. The transition to SwiftUI will make it easier to optimize the app for new devices, including Apple’s VR/AR glasses. With just a few tweaks, Speech Central is expected to be fully compatible with the upcoming technology, making it the first complex text to speech app to fully support Apple’s new device.
For those interested in Apple’s new VR/AR glasses and text to speech technology, Speech Central is an app you won’t want to miss. As the first complex text to speech app that is expected to fully support Apple’s VR/AR glasses, Speech Central will set the standard for other developers looking to create immersive, accessible experiences for users.