Audio search

5th May 2006 at 01:00
Speegle is a search engine that was developed for the blind.

When searching the web, the text is read aloud and users can choose from three different voices. Just type in keywords in the normal way and press enter or click search. Ten results are listed and read out in order (some may be skipped if they have no content or have been to slow to contact). If you want to visit a page press the corresponding number on the keyboard and it will redirect to that site. Press S to stop P to play, N for next 10 results and B to go back to the previous 10 results. Press A to go to the advertised site.

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