Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Voicicon uses Google Cloud, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and IBM Watson to process your data. Please refer to their privacy policies by clicking on their names.

Voicicon will store your content on our local servers for seven days which will be automatically deleted after that and is not responsible for any of your content. However, we have developed and deployed advanced security measures like the strength of password policy, safe storage of passwords, reCAPTCHA, throttling policy, XSS protection. And 2-step verification to protect your data in the best possible way.your data in the best possible way.

Text-to-Speech by Voicicon leverages Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Poly, and IBM Watson's technologies. Advanced deep learning technologies are used to synthesize natural-sounding human voices.

The standard voice sounds robotic, but it is very affordable. However, the neural voice sounds more like a person but is slightly more expensive.

Thanks to a new machine-learning approach, the Neural Text to Speech (NTTS) voices deliver superior speech quality.

They also support two speaking styles, which better match your speaker's delivery style to the application: A Newscaster reading style tailored for news narration use cases. This conversational style is perfect for two-way communication such as telephony applications.

Sign up and create your Voicicon account, navigate to Text-To-Speech console, select your language and available voices, type in any text in the input text box, listen to the generated speech, or save it as an audio file. You will automatically get 2000 free character conversions every month.

Voicicon uses Google Cloud, Microsoft Azur, IBM Watson, and Amazon Poly; all HIPAA Eligible Services covered under the Business Associate Addendum (Google Claud, Microsoft Azure, IBM Watson, and AWS BAA).

Suppose you have a BAA with either of these services. In that case, Voicicon will use, disclose, and maintain your Protected Health Information (PHI) only as permitted by the terms of your Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, IBM Watson, or AWS BAA, and not as specified in the Data Privacy section of the Voicicon FAQ.

With the Voicicon cloud platform, you can stream audio to your users in near real-time. In addition, you can also choose from various sampling rates to optimize bandwidth and audio quality for your application. Currently, Voicicon supports MP3 audio stream format.

Currently, Voicicon supports more than 80 languages and over 660 voices and dialects.

Downloadable software, as well as text-to-speech applications, require significant computing resources. It can increase development costs and power consumption for devices like smartphones and tablets.

Contrary to this, text-to-speech conversion done in the cloud drastically reduces the local resource requirements. It supports all available languages and voices at the highest quality. Speech corrections and enhancements can be made instantly and are not dependent on any device's updates. Cloud-based text-to-speech (TTS), which is platform-independent, reduces development time and effort.

Voicicon is integrated with Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Amazon, and IBM and leverages these technologies for optimum performance. The main features are:

  • Control various aspects of speech such as pronunciation, volume, pitch, speech rate, etc., using standardized Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML). Synthesizes speech for certain Neural voices using the Newscaster style to make them sound like a TV or radio newscaster.
  • It detects specific words or sentences in the text that speak to the user based on the metadata included in the audio stream.
  • Custom Development:
    Synchronizing graphical highlighting and animations, such as the lip movements of an avatar, with the synthesized speech.
  • Modifying the pronunciation of particular words, such as company names, acronyms, foreign words, and neologisms, e.g. “P!nk”, “ROTFL”, “C’est la vie” (when spoken in a non-French voice) using custom lexicons.

  • Voicicon is designed, developed, and supported by a team of talented software engineers and enthusiastic visionaries at Uniwebb Software.
  • Voicicon is an ongoing project. We continuously build more exciting features based on our customer feedback.
  • Its engines are powered by the industry giants like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM, with billions of dollars in research and development.
  • A well-documented help center to support customer inquiries.
As a result, you can use Voicicon to power your application with high-quality spoken output. Not only is it a cost-effective service, but it also has a meager response time, which makes it available for virtually any use case suitable to your needs, with no restrictions on storing and reusing generated speech.

  • Voicicon is a service that converts text into human-like speech. Voicicon is integrated with Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, IBM Watson, and Amazon Poly and leverages these technologies for optimum performance.
  • Voicicon enables existing applications to speak as a first-class feature and creates the opportunity for entirely new categories of speech-enabled products, from mobile apps and cars to devices and appliances.
  • Voicicon includes dozens of human-like voices and support for multiple languages, so you can select the ideal voice and distribute your speech-enabled applications in many geographical areas.
  • Voicicon is easy to use – you place the text you wish converted into speech in Voicicon's text box. Voicicon immediately returns the audio stream and saves it in MP3 audio format so you can play it directly or download it to serve your purpose.
  • Voicicon supports Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML) tags like prosody so you can adjust the speech rate, pitch, or volume. Voicicon is a secure service that delivers all of these benefits on a large scale and with low latency.
  • You can cache and replay Voicicon's generated speech at no additional cost. Voicicon lets you convert 2000 characters per month for FREE upon sign-up. Voicicon's pay-as-you-go pricing, low cost per request, and lack of restrictions on storage and reuse of voice output make it a cost-effective way to enable speech synthesis everywhere.

A resounding YES.

We can combine Voicicon with any chatbot platform like Amazon Lex, creating full-blown Voice User Interfaces for such applications. In addition, we can develop mobile/web applications and Internet-of-Things (IoT) solutions to leverage Voicicon to add spoken output to their systems.

Yes. RPAiX, the maker of Voicicon, specializes in emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, NLP (Natural Language Processing), Machine Learning, Computer Vision, RPA, Big Data, etc.… Please send your inquiry to Contact or voice@rpaix.com


Yes. We provide a well-documented help center and online support via our in-built ticketing system.

Prices & Plans

Yes, you are able to subscribe to our free plan and receive credits at no cost.

You can request a refund if you are unhappy with our service within 15 days of your initial payment. We will process your request within one business day. No hard feelings, no questions asked. Click on the following link to read our 15-day money back guarantee.

A top-up means adding money to your account, so you have enough balance to cover any upcoming payments. So, you don't have to worry about running short on credit! In addition, Top-Ups let you purchase characters or minutes for text-to-speech conversion without changing your current plan.

Referral bonuses let you earn credits without spending a dime. Referring people to our paid plans will get you these credits. After the paid subscription is verified, you will receive the bonus credits.

All payments are processed securely over HTTPS, and your card information never touches our servers, meaning we don't have access to your payment information. Instead, a third-party credit card processor (Paypal or Stripe) does all payment processing. All details are sent over SSL. SSL uses the RSA algorithm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSA_(cryptosystem), an asymmetric encryption technology.

You can use voiceovers created by Voicicon for commercial purposes with the paid subscription plan.

Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and IBM all grant ownership to sound recording copyrights to users of the application as long as they pay for the conversion. The text must be your original text, created by you, or used legally by the user. The term "My original text" refers to the text you created. It means you own the copyright to the text and can only authorize a derivative work (such as a synthesized recording).

You also own the copyright to the recordings. However, that right must be governed by the fact that you "created" it, which means you have some creativity.

You have the option to cancel your subscription at any moment. However, you can still use your plan until the end of your billing period. Keep in mind that you will be transferred to a free program once your paid plan is expired. All premium plan features will no longer be available

Any time you wish, you can upgrade or downgrade any plan. Select the payment plan that you want to change to, and the payment will be automatically prorated.

You can either reach us via our 'Contact Us' form, send an email at voice@rpaix.com or create a support ticket from your Voicicon's dashboard if you have any questions or concerns about Voicicon services. We will respond within 24 business hours.


It is safe to say that the best online text-to-speech software is from giants like Google, Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft, with billions of research dollars in their pocket. However, these platforms are not designed with the end-users in mind. Instead, they are meant to be used by B2B businesses.

To convert text to voice, users must first create accounts on each platform and then update and configure many settings, including programming code.

We have done all the hard work at Voicicon to facilitate users to quickly access the most realistic voices available from the most trusted providers.

To make sure your message is heard and not wasted, you need to ask these questions regularly. Then, it would be best if you asked these questions often:

  • Who am I speaking with? A forty-year-old mother-of-three will speak differently to you than to a six-year-old boy.
  • What information will I need to convey?
  • Is my message being heard or seen by them?
  • What kind of reaction should I expect?
  • We don't think of a voice as good or bad. We only care if the sound of the voice fits well in a specific situation. If the voice sounds pleasant and prosperous but doesn't fit appropriately within the context, then it will destroy the message.
  • On the other hand, unpleasing voices, or even ones that are not appropriate for the situation, might be remembered by your customers and help you achieve great success.
There is no magic. It's only an exercise in solving puzzles. The most important thing is to match the theme and the voice. Voicicon offers a way to quickly conduct an experiment that takes only a few minutes and costs less than a cup of coffee. As a result, it is possible to receive feedback from your audience and save time.

Although it is possible to substitute a professional actor for voiceovers of complex dialogue or emotional text, it is still impossible to replace an actor who has created the voiceover. In this situation, the actor does more than just read the text. He makes a character, an impression. If you have a demanding dramatic task and enough money, a professional actor may be better than a computer's voice.

Today, however, many businesses are using synthesized voice to convert text to spoken speech. As a result, the fear of using computer voices to convert text to speech is slowly disappearing. It allows for the possibility to obtain high-quality voiceovers fast and inexpensively.

Computer voices have become more realistic, and there is an increasing number of them. For example, you may find robot voices, such as the Stephen Hawking voice, among synthesized sounds.

You can now select the narrator's voice, not just the type but also the accent or intonation. Computer voices look so natural and realistic that people often forget they exist in YouTube and Tik Tok videos.

Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM grant sound recording copyrights per their standard terms.

It means that, in addition to the copyright to text, you also own copyrights to recordings. That right must be governed by the fact that you 'Created' it, which means that you can demonstrate a minimum of creativity.

Voicicon allows you to use audio for commercial purposes, provided that it is part of a paid plan.

Do you have questions about how to choose an accent that best suits your message? Here are three suggestions to help get you started.

  • Define who your audience is: Where do they live in the country? What language does your audience speak?
  • Learn which accent is most used in everyday life. It may also be used to communicate business information (it can be just one accent, but it can also be multiple accents).
  • Decide if you want the message to sound formal or informal.
Ask yourself these simple questions, and you may gain a new perspective about your audience and find common ground.

Experiments prove that we can tell an artificial voice apart if it speaks for over one minute. The reason is that every voice sounds the same. One speed, timbre, tonality. That is how actors behave. He will make changes in intonation speed and pitch. There will also be pauses of different lengths. These effects are what make voice acting seem real.

It's not easy to predict who will be the first to create a synthesized sounding voice. However, one thing is certain. It will be impossible to know if someone is talking to you on the telephone in the next few decades - a natural person speaking to you or a computer. Therefore, voice effects are primarily used to achieve the realistic appearance of voices.

Consider the following:

  • The number of languages and realistic voices that the service offers;
  • The ability for special effects to be applied;
  • The conversion cost; and
  • Whether you can download and/or share converted audio files.

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