Apple first dipped its toe in the "talking iPod" waters back in 2008, with the
The Shuffle's VoiceOver feature is a different beast. For starters, iTunes now prompts users to download a multilanguage voice pack that provides the voicing for the feature, instead of relying on your operating system's limited voice capabilities. The second thing you'll notice is that the language used for VoiceOver can be adjusted in iTunes on a song-by-song basis. This means you can have the song titles of your Italian opera collection announced in Italian, your Bossa Nova announced in Portuguese, and your gangster rap announced in Japanese, if you'd like.
For a step-by-step guide to altering the language settings on your Shuffle's VoiceOver feature, check out the following Quick Tip video demonstration.or watch the
reading•Make an iPod Shuffle speak other languages
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