A simple wrapper for Google's Text-To-Spech API. Simply list the available voices and convert your text to a mp3 by providing your API key, language code and voicename.
dependencies: flutter: sdk: flutter text_to_speeech_api: ^0.0.1
TextToSpeechService service = TextToSpeechService('sample api key');
File mp3 = await service.textToSpeech( text: 'Hello World', voiceName: 'de-DE-Wavenet-D', audioEncoding: 'MP3', languageCode: 'de-DE' );
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|0.1.0||Feb 19, 2019|
|0.0.1||Feb 19, 2019|
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