How To Use Reading Mode In Gmail And Apps For Hands-Free Listening

Gmail and social media apps are now integrated with Google’s reading mode, which is its best text-to-speech offering. Here’s how to use it to go hands-free!

Reading mode lets you listen to your emails, tweets, and Facebook posts out loud instead of reading them. This is great if your hands are busy or you just want to listen while doing other things.

To use it, open the Gmail, Twitter or Facebook app on your Android phone. Then look for the “Reading Mode” option. In Gmail, tap the three-dot menu and you’ll see it. On Twitter and Facebook, swipe from the left edge of the screen.

Once in reading mode, it will start reading the content out loud automatically using a clear voice. You can adjust the speed by tapping the text bar. Swipe left or right to go to the next email/post.

To pause or restart, tap the center of the screen. Tap the three dots in the top right if you want to delete or archive what was read.

Now you can listen to messages hands-free while cooking, cleaning or exercising! Reading mode makes content more accessible whether you want to read or listen. Give it a try in your apps for an easy way to consume content out loud.

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