Roadmap

As useful as this service can be right now it can be improved in so many ways. Here is a quick list of what we are working on. Feel free to leave your feature requests in the comments below.

  • Export results to PDF;
  • Display BrE and AmE transcriptions along each other;
  • Improving dictionary base;
  • Syncing Am and Br dictionaries;
  • Option to show syllables in the output;
  • Option to select character set;
  • Custom character sets;
  • Convert IPA to text;
  • Option to loop speech audio;
  • Improving linking rules for American transcriptions;
  • Improving word stress and phrasal stress to better reflect patterns of connected speech;
  • Sentence/phrase mark-up option.
  • Output AmE and BrE transcription together.
  • Input form redesign;
  • Option to select speech voice;

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Tim Shortis
1 month ago

We love your tophonetics website. We are going to use your contraption for a poster we are designing for poetrybyheart.org.uk. – we’ll credit you.

Sathee
Sathee
3 months ago

I can hear any content from toPhonetics. What’s problem there?

MeMeMe
3 months ago

Add the Turkish Language!

Christian
4 months ago

Hello. Are you interested in collaborating on an app I am developing for dyslexics? The founders/funders are in USA I am in the UK. I am just researching how to do something similar, but it maybe better to partner.

Rony
Rony
6 months ago

Hello, this website is great, have you considered creating an API so other apps could send the text and get the phonetics?

Alexander Lobanov
Alexander Lobanov
4 months ago
Reply to  toPhonetics

We hope it will happen. We wanna API.

Greg
Greg
4 months ago

Me too

Latane Bullock
Latane Bullock
3 months ago
Reply to  Greg

Me too

Darryl
Darryl
5 months ago
Reply to  Rony

I second that!

Alejandro Esperanto
Alejandro Esperanto
9 months ago

I found a mistake for the British transcription of the word terrain, should be tɛ´reɪn, not ˈtɛreɪn 
Thanks for this website 

Reinout
Reinout
9 months ago

A list of sources so I may use this in an article.

JASON
JASON
10 months ago

BEST WEB SITE EVER!!!!!

Jarek
Jarek
1 year ago

This is a great service that I introduced to my language students in Oman. As you will see in the logs we’ve been using it for quite a while.

Right now it is a reference tool mostly- and it would be really great to add a functionality which would turn it into a testing tool too -e.g. a teacher can introduce a bank of words, their students (after log in) get a random list of words with clickable transcription.

If api could me made available I would gladly contribute to working on this worthwhile project myself.

Dzmitry
9 months ago
Reply to  Jarek

Hi Jarek,
Maybe you and your students get interested in audiodrill.com tool to practice listening and pronunciation? Take a look, e.g., at this word list:
https://audiodrill.com/?wlist=aplomb,bomber,climb,comb,crumb,debt,doubt,dumb,jamb,lamb,limb,numb,plumber,subtle,succumb,thumb,tomb,womb

If you would like to develop audiodrill project, you can leave your comment and contact details there.
Best regards,
Dzmitry

Viktor
Viktor
1 year ago

Freaking luv it! I’d like to help working on this tool. So feel free to contact me.

Jarek
Jarek
1 year ago
Reply to  Viktor

same as me- see the comment above

sarah
sarah
10 months ago
Reply to  Jarek

I would love them to share an API on github