Does the AudioEye Web Personalization Tool offer the ability for the TTS to vocalize text in the dialect that matches the associate language?

Yes.  The supported languages interface with “Voice Fonts” which are used by AudioEye to ingest web copy/text and output spoken audio files.  For example, the Voice Font “US-English-Female” would perform poorly if asked to speak Spanish text.  The Player is capable of easily transitioning from one language to another by simply including the standard language attribute within the site.  This language attribute, if not already included within the site code, may be injected dynamically, via the AudioEye remediation JavaScript, which is included when clients embed the AudioEye solution. 

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