TAYL changelog
TAYL changelog

9 New Languages and 62 New Voices

Today we're adding support for 9 new languages: African, Bulgarian, Catalan (Spanish), Icelandic, Latvian, Malay, Pare, Dutch (Belgium) and Serbian. Also, there are 62 fresh new voices for you to try!

We now support a total of 45 languages in 300+ voices and dialects.




Improve Your Blog with Speech and Get a Podcast for Free




Since launching TAYL in 2019, I've been testing several ideas of what A.I. can do for audio. TAYL lets you turn any text, be it a website, a document or something else, into audio. Audio you can listen to on iOS, Android, as a Podcast or online via the web application. Thousands of users word-wide have seen the benefits of listening instead of reading.

The world is ready for the next iteration of TAYL: a new product called Podopi. This product was not built for you, the consumer, but for your customers. If you have a blog and wants to supply your readers with audio, Podopi is the obvious choice.

Add speech versions to your Blog

There's nothing to install on your website, unless you wants an audio widget on each post. Sign up with your address, and Podopi creates a Podcast for you. You can submit your podcast to any number of podcast directories to reach new audiences. Including Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. Everything is taken care of for you, and your podcast always stays in sync with your blog.

Follow the link to learn how you can improve the SEO of your website, reach entirely new audiences with audio and learn how to add audio to blog.

Listen to the body of emails

One of the most requested features since the start of TAYL has been to be able to convert plain email messages to audio.

You have always been able to submit URLs via email, but today I'm happy to announce an upgrade to the email service that enables full-text body parse from messages!

How it Works

Send the email to your private TAYL-inbox, as usual, but annotate the subject-line with #read. TAYL will ignore any URLs and instead read the email message.

Messages sent without #read will be parsed as URL-content, just as before.






We're starting a changelog

Big news today, we're starting a public changelog so you're always up to date with all the updates, improvements and fixes that are made in TAYL.

Even though we work on TAYL all the time, sometimes it may seem that not much is happening. This changelog is here to improve that very important part of the communication between you and us.

You'll always receive an update when we change something in the widget, or if needed all things we've changed is available on our public changelog page.