Text-to-speech (TTS) feature added, letwebsiteThe second becomes "podcast".
Although the Mozilla home is also very good, don't expect TTS to bring the most complete "page rendering" effect. After all, there may be a lot of unrelated (text) content on the site that you don't want to hear or see, or words and acronyms that you are not familiar with.
But even if you can't beat the audiobooks recorded by professional recitations on Amazon's Audible.com, the Mozilla Pocket's TTS feature isn't entirely useless, because its original intention is to get people to instantly get information on the webpage when they don't have to look through the screen.
The new reading feature frees up the user's previously saved content to accommodate the busy pace of life. Whether you are driving, walking, exercising, cooking, or traveling by train, it allows you to capture the content of the article at any time.
Pocket allows users to save offline saved sites for later reading (even without a network connection). But you also simply mark them and organize and manage them in a browser-like way.
The service also claims Firefox's recommended story for "Pocket by Recommended." You can see this section when you open a blank new tab.