I am a new convert to @VoiceAloud, which I am using with my Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It's a great app.
Quick explanation - I am a criminal lawyer (please don't hold that against me), and I drive about 40 mins each way to work. I have long (and often pretty boring) interviews to read, and am now able to listen to those through the car system whilst I drive. The cropping feature works really well for the headers/footers.
A passage of such an interview which involves, say, 2 police officers and a defendant, might read like this:
5237: Were you there at all?
3689: Are you sure?
The numbers 5237 and 3689 are used to identify the 'collar numbers' of each police officer.
When converted to voice, the numbers are read as e.g. "Five thousand, two hundred and thirty seven", which over the course of 50 pages can get a bit tiresome.
Is there any way that the app can simply read the numerals as "Five two three seven"? Ideally, I would like it to do that all the time, rather than having to convert specific numbers for each individual interview.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated!