Capti Voice is an award-winning reading tool that offers a new approach to consuming digital content. Use Capti to listen to books, articles, and more on multiple devices, even without an internet connection!
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Pro Supports many formats
Supported formats include: Adobe PDF (.pdf), Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx), Plain and Rich text (.txt, .rtf), EPUB books (.epub), OpenDocument (.odt, .odp), DAISY books (.zip)
Pro Semi-Desktop and Webapp versions make it pretty much crossplatform
You can use it on any internet enabled device. Desktop Mac and Windows versions uses your default browser and java to drive a webapp. On linux you'll have to straight up use the website or run a virtual machine. On the Mac and Windows the "desktop app" is more than just a shortcut to the website. I did a test where I disconnected wifi, closed my default browser which I had set to clear cookies, offline data, active logins, cache, site preferences, browsing and download history. When I launched the application again, my default web browser opened and the document was still there and the webapp still functioned, so I think everything needed is stored locally somewhere.
Pro Offers a one week premium plan trial
This is enough time to know whether the upgrade or product on the whole make sense for the user.
Pro Limited free account available
Con Free account somewhat limited
10 MB per document/ ebook
No access to view the original layout for PDFs
No annotation features
Searching limited to current document, not globally
Only one playlist allowed
No access to translation features
No access to a word/vocabulary game
Con No Linux Desktop Version
Website or running a virtual machine will have to do for readers on Linux distros.
Con Subscription service
$1.99 / month or 9.99 / 6 months.
Con Desktop Version for the Mac Depends on Web Browser
Only available as fully native apps for iOS and Windows. The client on the Mac uses your default web browser and java to function.