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Speech synthesis API in android

 
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im trying to add a voice-based chatbot URL in android's webview.
currently, I can able to provide voice input to the same, but in return,
I'm not able to get voice output, the URL is working as expected in the android chrome browser.
the only problem facing with a webview. URL uses the Speech Synthesis API.
any solution for this?.   or any other speech synthesis API works with the webview.
 
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Why WebView? It's severely limited in how far it can interact with the device; I doubt that there is a voice input/output solution that works with it.

If the web site that is displayed in the WebView is under your control, you can use a JavaScript interface to send the text to speak to native code in your app, and then use Android's speech synthesis API to speak it.
 
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