vBookz PDF Voice Reader

vBookz PDF Voice Reader

By Mindex International Ltd

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2012-02-07
  • Current Version: 2.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 100.68 MB
  • Developer: Mindex International Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 127 Ratings


vBookz PDF Voice Reader is an app that reads your PDF files aloud. It’s the best way to follow and read documents on iPad, iPhone or iPod. vBookz Voice Reader adds orientation and navigation tools that enhances the reading experience. An interactive cursor allows users to follow along, pause reading or even repeat lines to ensure reading comprehension. This is a sample version. Use the In-App method to purchase the full version your favourite High Quality voice language: vBookz PDF Voice Reader can read PDFs in 16 different languages. We can't guess what is your preferred language? So we've added the in-app method which offers you the ability to purchase: English (US), English (UK), French, German, Finnish, Dutch (NL), Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Polish, Danish, Norwegian, Czech and Russian. vBookz PDF Voice Reader open PDF files directly from Mail, Dropbox, Google Drive, Safari and iTunes. Reading PDF documents on mobile devices is not an easy task. Letters are small and on the go, it is difficult to concentrate with. Also, when you are dealing with PDF documents in other languages, you will find that vBookz PDF Voice Reader is most helpful. Hearing is sometimes much more supportive than self reading. vBookz PDF Voice Reader is a live text-to-speech generator with no need for conversion nor stored audio files. It is a new way to enjoy reading. If you’re looking for a better way to read documents or are just looking for a way to improve productivity within, vBookz PDF Voice Reader is for you. vBookz read true text PDF files. OCR scanned image PDFs. © vBookz is enabled by patent pending technology.



  • Love this app

    By r.f.walker
    I've had this app for a year or two, use it frequently. I purchased the UK voice, which has a good sound, it's nice change from the built in, you get male and female, and can change speed via words-per-minute. I like that I can listen in the background while playing cards, or even have the screen switched off. It does have a tendency to quit once about a minute in to reading when I have it open in the background, but it's not the only app I have that does this, so maybe a ios problem or just my ipad. Anyway, I would recommend to anyone who finds reading text on screens hard on their eyes and works with PDFs.
  • Restore my Purchase!

    By Txarlin
    I installed the app in my phone. I was happy. My phone broke so I reinstalled in my new phone but it just can't get my purchase restored. C'mon guys, I can't give you a good review for service!
  • Reads out letters not words

    By Longspark
    Bought to try and read a book whilst on the go, spends most of the time reading out the individual letters within a word rather than pronouncing the whole thing. Very disappointing
  • Not too bad

    By Annon342
    Will have to disagree with some of the bad reviews on here Yes it's not free, I paid for the uk English voice I have a lot of very large pdfs to read with no time to read them . So thought I'd try this so I could listen to them in the car. I would of expected a much more robotic voice than it actually is. Sounds half way between normal and robotic but definitely useable and understandable. I set it to 200 words per minute. Only a couple of annoying points , as it reads bullet points as "bullet" and doesn't like abbreviations. But in fairness they aren't words anyway so what do you expect. It would be good if you could add a manual feature where you can highlight areas you don't want it to read , like the header and footer, or the index pages, etc so it can jump straight into the content. Other than that I don't regret paying for this , as I did find there aren't many products of this nature on the market that are any good . There is room for improvement but it's good enough to warrant the cost
  • Trial

    By Drag Rag
    Only a trial, have to update Not free
  • Not understandable

    By Nmoat
    Awful. It can't do abbreviations or decimal point numbers. Sounds like a robot most of the time.
  • Great

    By Syediqbal
    Perfect for reading through book pdfs like audio books

    By manz20
    I think the title is enough. This is a ripoff only.
  • Great app simple to use

    By alshah001
    Only enhancements I'd suggest are that an image is present so listener can pause and view image. Also very slow on e.g. Or I.e.
  • Sweet app

    By Baron Nikos
    Pretty sweet app dudes