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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Christian
12 days 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
2 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
1 month ago
Reply to  toPhonetics

We hope it will happen. We wanna API.

Greg
Greg
11 days ago

Me too

Latane Bullock
Latane Bullock
3 days ago
Reply to  Greg

Me too

Darryl
Darryl
1 month ago
Reply to  Rony

I second that!

Alejandro Esperanto
Alejandro Esperanto
5 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
5 months ago

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

JASON
JASON
6 months ago

BEST WEB SITE EVER!!!!!

Jarek
Jarek
9 months 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
5 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
10 months ago

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

Jarek
Jarek
9 months ago
Reply to  Viktor

same as me- see the comment above

sarah
sarah
6 months ago
Reply to  Jarek

I would love them to share an API on github

Matt
Matt
11 months ago

A quite useful tool. Save me tons of time when I prepared some materials for my students. Glad I tried to find a tool like this.
Display BrE and AmE transcriptions along each other will be nice. That’s actually what I originally wanted.
Keep up the good work!