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What is Lisgo?
Lisgo is a Pocket client app which reads your reading list to you with a natural-sounding voice. With Lisgo, You can enjoy interesting articles while you're cooking, exercising, or commuting.
Supported language voices?
English, Japanese, German, Spanish, French, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Italian.
Is it Free?
Yes, Lisgo is free to download on the App Store.
Free version has a feature set tailored for casual users, but if you want to get more out of Lisgo, please consider upgrading to Lisgo Plus with an In-App Purchase.
How do I import web articles to Lisgo?
Lisgo syncs with Pocket. Pocket (formerly Read It Later) is a free service which allows you to save articles you encounter online.
When you find interesting articles on the web, save them into Pocket, then fetch them inside of Lisgo.
How do I use Pocket?
Create your account for free at http://getpocket.com. Then, install Pocket's browser extension or a bookmarklet on your browser, so you can save articles to your Pocket queue in one click.
Pocket is also integrated in many kinds of apps for News, RSS, and Twitter including Flipboard, Reeder, Tweetbot.
For example, if you're using Twitter, you can configure it so that links embedded in a post can be sent to Pocket in two taps.
With Lisgo, you can fetch your Pocket reading list, and listen to it on the go.
Does it support the remote control?
Yes! You can control Lisgo with the default or bluetooth headphones, just like you do with an iPod app.
Does Lisgo support RSS feeds, Instapaper, or pdf files?
Lisgo only supports Pocket. By the way, even for now, if you use IFTTT, you can import newly updated RSS feeds into Pocket automatically.
If you want to send your Instapaper list to Pocket automatically, this is the recipe for you.