Google Text-to-Speech is an underlying app that your Android phone and apps on your phone leverages to read text on your screen. It is mostly used for those who need to enable accessibility for vision challenges and is generally one of those “set it and forget it” type apps.
That doesn’t mean Google isn’t keeping things up to day with it however. A new build, version 3.14.9 for those keeping score at home, is rolling out with support for three new languages. Those new languages are Estonian, Romanian and Slovak, further expanding the global reach of the app.