Voicemaker AI

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Voicemaker AI Overview

TLDR: Voicemaker AI converts text to lifelike speech, ideal for creating voiceovers and audio content.

App Score: We gave 8/10 to Voicemaker because of its extensive language support, range of voices, and ease of use.

Voicemaker solves the need for accessible, high-quality voiceovers. It offers over 1000 voices across 140+ languages, suitable for various applications like e-learning, audiobooks, and YouTube videos. It’s particularly useful for content creators, marketers, and educators looking for a reliable text-to-speech tool.

Key Features Of Voicemaker AI:

1000+ voices, Premium, AI3 & AI4 voices, 140+ languages, multi-voice editor, cloud save, file history, support SSML, YouTube video support, personal & commercial use, dedicated support, voice cloning capabilities, support for voice styles & effects.


Voicemaker AI Pros and Cons

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  • Extensive language and voice selection
  • Customizable voice features
  • High-quality voice output
  • User-friendly interface
  • Commercial usage rights
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  • Text character limit on usage

Voicemaker AI Pricing

Pricing Models:

✓ Free Tier
✓ Free to use
✓ Subscription

Voicemaker AI Pricing Details

Voicemaker AI Features

  • Customizable Voices
  • Text to Speech
  • Voice Style Options
  • Voices Varity
  • Speech-to-Text Analysis
  • Speech Recognition
  • AI Voices Variety

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Voicemaker AI Specifications


  • SaaS

Customer Type

  • Freelancers
  • Large Enterprises
  • Medium Business
  • Small Business
  • Students & Researchers


  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Dutch
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Spanish

Voicemaker AI Support


USA, Pune, India

Voicemaker AI FAQs

Register for a free plan or purchase a premium plan for full features.

No, manual reactivation is required every month.

Based on “Convert to Speech” clicks, not downloads.

Approximately 12-13 hours of voiceover.

No, due to technological and resource constraints.

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